Author A. Derra
Alexandra Derra has been an academic lecturer and researcher at the Institute of Philosophy, Nicolaus Copernicus University r doctoral degree is based on the work A Wittgensteinian category of use in contemporary theories of meaning and was the result of her philosophical fascination for the philosophy of late Wittgenstein. Her research interests include Anglo-Saxon contemporary philosophy of language and philosophy of science, as well as theories of language developed in cognitive science and the problems of subjectivity in contemporary feminist theories.
Derra A. (2008) The Non-dualizing Way of Speaking and the Female Subjectivity Problem. Constructivist Foundations 3(3): 208–213. Fulltext at

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