Ritter, M., Philosophy of Walter Benjamin. Prague: Philosophy. 2010.

This original monograph introduces to the thought of Walter Benjamin's, the German philosopher and literary critic through the interpretation of his philosophy of language. The book is an analysis of Benjamin’s theory of language, which is interpreted as the ontological and cognitive basis of his early thinking. According to this theory of language, all being can be understood as language. Benjamin has created a metaphysical conception that all people relate to God by naming things. At the same time, however, it also defines the constitutive characteristics of the language in general, in particular, its "immediacy", the fact that language is not primarily a communication medium.