Author(s): Oktay ESER
Linguistics as well as political and social theory play an important part in critical theory in the 20th century. They all focus on meaning and understanding. The attempt to discover the meaning in a text or human behaviour brought critical theory to the fore. With the advancement of linguistic philosophy, the 20th century was turned into a century of critical approaches. This paper deals with the visibility of translators in the light of critical theory, some of which make direct contributions to it while others pave the way for it.