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    Eastern Michigan University
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
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PHIL 460 - Philosophy of Language


An examination of the philosophically important aspects of language. Possible topics include theories of meaning, analysis of referring and predication, the relation between language and reality, analysis of vagueness and metaphor, the role of language in philosophical method, the relation between language and necessary truth.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Prerequisites: two courses in philosophy
Graduate Credit: This is an undergraduate course available to graduate students for graduate credit.
Last Updated: Graduate Credit Approval 10/2011, effective Fall 2012


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