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Meaning Reading Group

Meaning Reading Group

The Meaning Reading Group consists of undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty who meet once a week to read and discuss a journal article or chapter that has a philosophy of language dimension. We meet on Thursdays during term time at 1pm, for one hour, in the Philosophy Postgraduate Common room, which is on the third floor of the Raised Faculty Building.

NB: This is an informal reading group/society run by the philosophy department. It is completely separate from the philosophy of language postgraduate seminar/reading group organised by the Linguistics faculty.

Sometimes we read published work and sometimes we read working papers by students and faculty. We are very open to suggestions about reading materials and topics – please get in touch if you have any ideas, or would like to share your work. No previous knowledge of philosophy of language is assumed, and students and faculty from all departments are welcome to join.

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