Category:Philosophy of language
Philosophy of language is the branch of philosophy that studies language. Its primary concerns include the nature of linguistic meaning, reference, language use, language learning and creation, language understanding, truth, thought and experience (to the extent that both are linguistic), communication, interpretation, and translation.
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This category has the following 19 subcategories, out of 19 total.
- ► Philosophers of language (4 C, 230 P)
- ► Ambiguity (4 C, 18 P)
- ► Evolution of language (18 P)
- ► Linguistic turn (7 C, 20 P)
- ► Meaning (philosophy of language) (7 C, 33 P)
- ► Ordinary language philosophy (11 P)
- ► Reference (11 C, 35 P)
- ► Theories of language (3 C, 40 P)
Pages in category "Philosophy of language"
The following 124 pages are in this category, out of 124 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).