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PHIL 459  Current Issues in the Philosophy of Language  Units: 3.00  
An examination of major issues in contemporary philosophy of language. Possible topics to be studied include: the nature of meaning; the relationship between language and the mind, as well as language and the world; and the syntax, semantics and pragmatics of natural language.
Requirements: Prerequisite {(Level 4 or above and PHIL 250/6.0 or [PHIL 251/3.0 and PHIL 252/3.0] and [PHIL 242/3.0 and PHIL 243/3.0] or PHIL 257/6.0 and [a minimum CGPA of 2.40] or [a minimum GPA of 2.70 in all 300-level PHIL]) and ([registration in a PHIL Major Plan and 9.0 units of PHIL at the 300-level] or [registration in a PHIL Joint Honours Plan and 6.0 units of PHIL at the 300-level])}.  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science