Regis College Senior Honors Program
Thesis - Open Access
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My thesis explores the running narratives that are present within the mind, prodding at whether or not there is any significant difference between this consciousness and a fictional narrative that we read in a book. Within this exploration I look into the implications behind being conveyed as a linguistic construct and the inherent constricting violence that is present in the symbolization that is language. Following this analysis, I provide a Nietzschean reading of the ethical implications that we face if we are to take the notion of violent language seriously and how we as people are to meet and react to this moral imperative.
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Allen, Corey Hill, "Neurons and Narratives: Living in a Wittgensteinian World" (2015). Student Publications. 637.