Michael Muster

lic. iur., Advokat LL.M.

Im Begriff des Sprachspiels will Wittgenstein die seiner Meinung nach falsche Trennung von Sprache und Handeln überwinden. Sprache ist für ihn ein situativer Funktionszusammenhang, er existiert genau darin und dadurch, dass Menschen handeln. Sprache ist Praxis. Sprache an sich existiert nicht. Verständlich werden Wörter nach Wittgenstein nicht allein aus der gesprochenen oder geschriebenen Sprachstruktur, sondern erst aus dem Ensemble von Situation, Handlungs- und Sprechabsicht, den aussersprachlichen Äusserungen wie Gestik und Mimik sowie dem situativen Handeln.

Sich in einer bestimmten Situation angemessen und verständlich äussern zu können heisst, die Regeln eines Sprachspiels anwenden zu können. In der Teilnahme versteht und lernt man die Anwendungsregeln für die Bildung sinnvoller Sätze in gelingender Kommunikation.

Tätigkeitsbereiche

Bereich A

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Feld B

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Spezialisierung C

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Kategorie D

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Sprachen

Let's compare this situation to a familiar occurrence:

You're driving alone at night.
And it's dark and it's raining.
And you took a turn back there
and you're not sure now that it was the right turn,
but you took the turn anyway
and you just keep going in this direction.
Eventually, it starts to get light and you look out and you realize
you have absolutely no idea where you are.

So you get out at the next gas station and you say: Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am? You can read the signs. You've been on this road before. Do you want to go home? Do you want to go home now?

Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am?
You can read this sign language. In our country, this is the way we say Hello.

Ausbildung

04.1981

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02.1986

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11.1994

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10.1999

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Berufliche Laufbahn

Let's compare this situation to a familiar occurrence:

You're driving alone at night.
And it's dark and it's raining.
And you took a turn back there
and you're not sure now that it was the right turn,
but you took the turn anyway
and you just keep going in this direction.
Eventually, it starts to get light and you look out and you realize
you have absolutely no idea where you are.

So you get out at the next gas station and you say: Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am? You can read the signs. You've been on this road before. Do you want to go home? Do you want to go home now?

Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am?
You can read this sign language. In our country, this is the way we say Hello.

Weitere Tätigkeiten

Let's compare this situation to a familiar occurrence:

You're driving alone at night.
And it's dark and it's raining.
And you took a turn back there
and you're not sure now that it was the right turn,
but you took the turn anyway
and you just keep going in this direction.
Eventually, it starts to get light and you look out and you realize
you have absolutely no idea where you are.

So you get out at the next gas station and you say: Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am? You can read the signs. You've been on this road before. Do you want to go home? Do you want to go home now?

Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am?
You can read this sign language. In our country, this is the way we say Hello.

Mitgliedschaften

Let's compare this situation to a familiar occurrence:

You're driving alone at night.
And it's dark and it's raining.
And you took a turn back there
and you're not sure now that it was the right turn,
but you took the turn anyway
and you just keep going in this direction.
Eventually, it starts to get light and you look out and you realize
you have absolutely no idea where you are.

So you get out at the next gas station and you say: Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am? You can read the signs. You've been on this road before. Do you want to go home? Do you want to go home now?

Hello. Excuse me. Can you tell me where I am?
You can read this sign language. In our country, this is the way we say Hello.

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