In his work On Interpretation, Aristotle seeks to uncover the underlying principles of language and meaning. He begins by examining the nature of signs and symbols, and how they are used to communicate information. He then goes on to explore the relationship between language and reality, and how our understanding of words is shaped by our experience of the world. Ultimately, Aristotle concludes that language is a tool for understanding reality, and that its meaning is determined by the way we use it. Read in English, unabridged.
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