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PHL325H5

Course Name
Early Analytic Philosophy

Description
An examination of some of the classic texts of early analytic philosophy, concentrating on the work of Frege, Russell and Wittgenstein. Central topics to be covered include: the development of logic and its relation to arithmetic; the nature of language and meaning; truth and objectivity; the distinction between sense and reference; logical analysis; the relation between language and thought; and the bounds of intelligibility. [36S]

Prerequisite
PHL245H5; 1.5 additional credits in PHL

Exclusion
PHLC43H3

Recommended
PHL210Y5