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Philosophy of Language
PHIL 289 SP
This course is a study of recent attempts by philosophers to explain the nature of language and its use in speech and thought. Philosophers studied normally include Frege, Russell, Austin, Strawson, Searle, Donnellan,
Kripke and Putnam.
Selected articles and chapters by philosophers named in course description.
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
To be determined.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS and/or COMMENTS
The level of this course is fairly advanced and so at least one previous course in philosophy is required.
Gen Ed Area Dept:
PHIL202 OR PHIL231
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