“Self-Interpreting Animals” by Charles Taylor

1. Some of our emotions involve import-ascriptions;
2. Some of these imports are subject-referring;
3. Our subject-referring feelings are the basis of our understanding of what it is to be human;
4. These feelings are constituted by the articulations we come to accept of them; and
5. These articulations, which we can think of as interpretations, require language

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