Franz Kafka Quote

For everything outside the phenomenal world, language can only be used allusively, but never even approximately in a comparative way, since, corresponding as it does to the phenomenal world, it is concerned only with property and its relations.


Shorter works [of] Franz Kafka (ed. Harvill Secker, 1973)

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For everything outside the phenomenal world, language can only be used allusively, but never even approximately in a comparative way, since,...

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For everything outside the phenomenal world, language can only be used allusively, but never even approximately in a comparative way, since,...

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For everything outside the phenomenal world, language can only be used allusively, but never even approximately in a comparative way, since,...

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For everything outside the phenomenal world, language can only be used allusively, but never even approximately in a comparative way, since,...