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PHIL 5527 Philosophy of Language (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course will consider major texts and movements in 20th century philosophy of language in both the analytic and continental traditions, reading the work of Russell, Wittgenstein, J. L. Austin, Quine and Davidson as well as Ricoeur and Derrida . Our goal will be to bring together these very different approaches to what has been a central concern of philosophy in the 20th century.

Instructor(s): Eileen C. Sweeney

Prerequisites: Philosophy core fulfilled. Students must have completed their Core requirement in Philosophy in order to register.

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Last Updated: 27-Feb-18