Topic:Philosophy of language
Welcome to the Philosphy of Language Department part of the School of Philosophy. The Philosophy of Language is the systematic study of the language used in moral and religious contexts. For hundreds of years, scholars have attempted to define words such as 'right' and 'wrong', 'good' and 'bad' and in more recent times have sought to use religious language arguments to prove or disprove the validity of arguments for the existence of God.
Department News 
16th February 2007 - Department founded
- The Verification Principle
- The Falsification Principle
- The Via Negativa
- Wittgenstein - Language Games
- Language Ontology
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Markc 00:20, 16 February 2007 (UTC)