Bhartrihari

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Flourishing some time in the 5th century CE, Bhartrihari was the second great name in the Grammarian tradition. Building on the work of his predecessors – including Panini – he moved grammar and language from the periphery to the core of philosophy, arguing that reality is embedded in a language substrate that links the meaning behind our language to the speech we perform.

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