PHIL 3123 Twentieth-Century Philosophy
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PHIL 12.3.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Such major trends in analytic philosophy as logical atomism, logical positivism, and ordinary language analysis. Critical examination of the writings of such exponents of these approaches as Russell, Moore, Ayer, Ryle, Austin, and Wittgenstein. Some continental philosophers may also be examined. (Not open to students who have completed Philosophy 55.)
Prerequisite: one course in philosophy or Core Studies 10 or Core Curriculum 1210 [2.1].