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Philosophy 133, 001|Fall 2010|UC Berkeley

by John R. SEARLE

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Phil 133

Bravo to Searle for explaining this important genre of modern philosophy in plain English. Lectures are entertaining and enlightening; they are a fine entry point to a study of philosophy of language.

Philosophy of Language course

Philosophy of Language course

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This course apparently has something to do with Philosophy, but with no actual title or lecture topics, it's anyone's guess what that might be.