Jul 20, 2014 · Directed by John Bradburn, James Fair. With Gemma Atkinson, Ewen MacIntosh, Kate O'Toole, Nicholas A. Newman. A polyphonic story following a day in the life of a group of Birmingham residents before they compete for the prize money at their local pub quiz.
Jun 04, 2011 · Directed by Em Cooper. With Joanna Bond. Confusion of Tongues tips us into the middle of a nightmare. Is the only way out of the trauma to re-experience it?
- Em Cooper
- Joanna Bond
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- John Bradburn (V), James Fair
The Confusion of Tongues is a 2014 multi-narrative comedy film written and directed by James Fair. The film stars an ensemble cast, which includes Sadie Frost, Gemma Atkinson, Ewen MacIntosh, Kate O'Toole, Paul Henshall and Katie Sheridan.
May 08, 2014 · Confusion of Tongues argues that they can, advancing a new End-Relational theory of the meaning of this language as providing the best explanation of the many different ways it is ordinarily used. Philosophers widely maintain that analyzing normative language as describing facts about relations cannot account for special features of ...
Jul 17, 2004 · Confusion of Tongues therefore argues that the shibboleth of psychoanalysis is not so much the primacy of sexuality, but the discontinuity between the world of the adult and the world of the child. Philippe van Haute is a professor of philosophical anthropology at the University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands).
- Philippe Van Haute
The tongue can be used for so many things, but many times the babbling will lead to confusion, and finally destruction. Unknown Tongues – Joking – Nothing Talk – Babbler’s Speaking with words “easy to be understood” is so important.
The confusion of tongues (confusio linguarum) is the origin myth for the fragmentation of human languages described in Genesis 11:1–9, as a result of the construction of the Tower of Babel. Prior to this event, humanity was stated to speak a single language.