The Man Who Could Talk Only What He Read

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Adrian Sitaru

The Man Who Could Talk Only What He Read

Translated by: Szabó Andor

The characters of the show are sitting around a table, discussing some of the most fundamental questions of human life. Is there such crime that can be morally justified? Can a murderer become a hero if the context of his crime justifies his act? Which one is more valuable, the life of a human or the life of an animal? Along with these, Sitaru's text reflects on how our language, the words that we learn as a child, and that we use on a daily basis can change or influence our individual perception of reality, our fantasies and rationality.
"The limits of my language are the limits of my world" - Ludwig Wittgenstein

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