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-:"the fundamental problem of all [[philosophies of language]], namely, whether metaphor is a departure from underlying [[literalness]] or the birthplace of every [[degree zero of writing]]." --Umberto Eco, ''[[On Literature]]''+''[[On Literature]]'' () is a book by [[Umberto Eco]].
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On Literature () is a book by Umberto Eco.

"the fundamental problem of all philosophies of language, namely, whether metaphor is a departure from underlying literalness or the birthplace of every degree zero of writing."




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