Thinking vs. Speaking. On the Margin of Kasimir Twardowski’s Papers

: 33-39
Received: January 29, 2020
Accepted: March 11, 2020
University of Warsaw

Kasimir Twardowski’s article „On clear and unclear philosophical style” is considered as one of his manifests of the Lviv-Warsaw School: clarity of expressing thoughts was one of methodological determinants of this school. Because of some passages in this article, Twardowski is often considered as a philosopher who believed that we may only think in words. In the article, Twardowski’s views on the relation between language and speech are analyzed through the prism of the less known Twardowski’s writings with application of some theoretical distinctions.

Twardowski, K. (2013). Niezależność myśli. In K. Twardowski, Myśl, mowa i czyn. Część I, 63-74. Kraków: Copernicus Center Press.

 Twardowski, K. (2018a). On Clear and Unclear Philosophical Style. [In Ukrainian].  In К. Twardowski, Selected Works, 120-122. Kharkiv: Folio. 

Twardowski, K. (2018b). Symbolomania and Pragmatophobia. [In Ukrainian]. In К. Твардовський. Selected Works, 123-134. Kharkiv: Folio. 

  Twardowski, K. (2018c). Images and Concepts. [In Ukrainian]. In K. Twardowski, Selected Works, 331-435. Kharkiv: Folio.

Twardowski, K. (2018d). Theory of Judgments. [In Ukrainian]. In К. Twardowski, Selected Works, 473-496. Kharkiv: Folio.