Philosophy of Language (PHIL 446.3)

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An introduction to philosophical problems about language and linguistic approaches to philosophy. How language represents reality; how language colours our thoughts about reality; language as a vehicle of communication. Traditional accounts of truth, meaning, reference, predication and expression will be discussed, as well as methodology in language study and linguistic philosophy.

Prerequisite(s)

PHIL 241 or CMPT 260 and 9 credit units in philosophy.

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