<p> <b><font="4">Between Nature and Culture: After the Continental-Analytic Divide</font></b></p> <p> <i>Is human language a natural phenomenon, or does a radically artificial language invent the human through the rupture it introduces in a natural totality to which it is heterogeneous? Both? Neither? What does twentieth century philosophy tell us?</i> In this second Special Issue of <b>Konturen</b> we attempt to shed some light, in an array of specific discursive contexts, on the limits between nature and culture (or artifice)-- and on the place of language within this polarity-- in connection with the disjunction between the analytic and continental philosophical traditions.<p>