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Perspectives. International Postgraduate Journal of Philosophy 2018; 8(1): 28–31 Peter West, Michela Massimi Interview with Invited Speaker Michela Massimi, Philosophy as a Way of Life DOI 10.2478/pipjp-2018-0004 Abstract: Michela Massimi is a Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Edinburgh and was the keynote speaker for Philosophy as a Way of Life. She is currently the PI for an ERC-funded project ̔ Perspectival Realism. Science, Knowledge, and Truth from a Human Vantage Point.ʼ Massimi has extensive experience working on interdisciplinary

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The present study deals with the problem of the acquisition of language in children in the light of rationalist philosophy of mind and philosophy of language. The main objective of the paper is to present the way Gerauld de Cordemoy’s views on the nature of language, including its socio-linguistic aspects, and on the process of speech acquisition in children are reflected in contemporary writings on how people communicate with each other. Reflections on 17th-century rationalist philosophy of mind and the latest research conducted within the field of cognitive abilities of human beings indicate that between those two spheres many similarities could be discerned in terms of particular stages of the development of speech and its physical aspects.

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References DEMETER, M. Attila-TONK, Márton-VERESS, Károly. 2002. Az erdélyi magyar filozófia a XX. század utolsó évtizedében (Transylvanian Hungarian Philosophy in the Last Decade of the 20th Century). In: Tánczos, Vilmos-Tőkés, Gyöngyvér (eds), Tizenkét év. Összefoglaló tanulmányok az erdélyi magyar tudományos kutatások 1990-2001 közötti eredményeiről (Twelve Years. Comprehensive Studies about the Results of Transylvanian Hungarian Scientific Research between 1990 and 2001). Kolozsvár: Scientia. EGYED, Péter. 2000. A rendszer. És üzenete (The System. And Its