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Philosophy (PHIL)

Department of Philosophy Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

PHIL 3506 [0.5 credit]


Study of language meaning. Lexical meaning and meanings of larger linguistic expressions, including nominal units, verbal units, and sentences. Meaning relationships between utterances. Relationship between linguistic meaning (semantics) and contextual meaning (pragmatics). Basic formal treatments of semantics. (Also listed as LALS 3505.)
Prerequisites: third-year standing, and one of FYSM 1206, LALS 1000, LALS 1001, PHIL 2001, PHIL/LALS/COMM 2504 or PHIL/LALS 3504; or permission of the Department of Philosophy or School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.
Lectures three hours a week.

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