Department of Philosophy
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
An investigation of issues in the philosophy of language and related issues in linguistics (including anthropological linguistics, sociolinguistics, and psycholinguistics). Sample topics include the influence of language on perception, rationalistic/empiricist perspectives on language acquisition, language and political control, reference, meaning, and truth.
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