“The appropriate whole for language, the whole within which all the parts make sense, is the third [declarative] level, the one on which ‘we’ come to light as the ones who use the language.” — Phenomenology of the Human Person (Sokolowski, 2008, p. 33) In this book, Sokolowski uses language as an entry point into a philosophical study of what it means to be a person. He divides different uses.. Read More