radical translation

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The same process as radical interpretation, but the term even more notably implies that the process is entirely to be thought of in terms of translation; whereas in principle a language can come to be under-stood, even as a second language, without being translated back into another. See also indeterminacy of translation.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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