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108 Philosophy of Logic and Language

This paper is not part of the Philosophy core, but is an excellent choice for students who enjoyed Logic in the first year and are interested to address puzzles concerning the appropriate logical treatment of arguments in language. In Hertford College, it is often taught by Peter Millican (who has published on Definite Descriptions and the representation of Thought), but tutors from other colleges can also play a role, particularly on their specialist research topics.

Paired Tutorial Organisation

Tutorial arrangements, for those having paired tutorials with Peter Millican, will be as set out in the following document:

Outline of the Plan for Paired Tutorials

Reading Lists

The current reading lists for Philosophy of Logic and Language are linked below. Please see the Philosophy Faculty WebLearn for others

(Note: these reading lists are subject to updating at random intervals – please check before using them.)