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In its very violence, the controversy among Jacques Derrida and John Searle used to be the facts of the distance that keeps to split the continental speculative culture from its Anglo-Saxon analytic counterpart. Raoul Moati's booklet is far greater than a overview of the talk -- he's a part of the controversy, bringing it to its philosophical end. occasionally, whereas studying his publication, one has the sensation that Derrida and Searle engaged of their debate in order that Moati might write his e-book on them, within the comparable manner that, for Hegel, the Peloponnesian struggle was once fought in order that Thucydides may well write his vintage publication on it.

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Or, on observe le meme elargissement en celtique: irlandais air-mitiu « honneur » (theme en -n-). Le fait existe en osco-ombrien comme en latin : en face de natus, le latin a natio, nationis, et l'ombrien a n a t i n e « natione ». Une autre langue periphe>ique, Farmenien, offre pareille innovation ; type -t'iwn. Les formations suffixales sont, dans les langues indo-europ^ennes, un element en grande partie recent. II se trouve ici encore que italique et celtique oflrent des concordances speciales.

Mais il y a un type complexe en *-s"mo-: lat. 144 on Thu Nov 04 16:41:50 GMT 2010. 007 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2010 PH0N&T1QUE 33 ham « le plus vieux », vieil irlandais dilem « le plus cher » ; le vieil irlandais nessam et le gallois nesaf se laissent superposer au theme de osque nessimas « proximae », ombrien nesimei « proxime ». Or, cette formation est propre a l'italique et au celtique, concordance frappante. Ce superlatif de type derive" est d'autant plus remarquable que le latin et l'irlandais ont e"galement generalise" le type indo-europeen de comparatif radical: lat.

La concordance est d'autant plus frappante qu'elle se poursuit dans le menu detail, a la l re personne du singulier, les langues occidentales du type du celtique et de l'italique n'avaient sans doute he~rite de l'indo-europeen aucune caracteristique moyenne viable au present (le type en -I de uldl n'a vecu qu'auperfectum). Des lors, on a fait la l rc personne du deponent en ajoutant 1'element -r a la forme active, d'oii lat. sequor, irlandais sechur. A la 3e personne du singulier, il y avait au contraire une desinence moyenne, d'oii lat.

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