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This module is designed as an introduction to one of the dominant contemporary traditions in philosophy. The Anglo-American analytic tradition places great emphasis upon understanding how language works. The aim of this module is to provide students with a grounding in the basic approaches to meaning and reference found in the work of Frege, Ayer, Wittgenstein, Austin, Grice, Quine, Putnam, Evans, Dummet, Searle, Strawson, and so-called 'ordinary language' philosophers. The import of these theories for other areas of philosophy will also be explored.
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