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|Introduction to philosophy of language||
Full course with lecture notes, assignments etc.. It explores the nature of meaning, reference, truth and their relationships. The course examines...
|Logic, Reality, Knowledge, Truth, Meaning, Reference||view|
|Logic II, Spring 2004||
Full course with lecture notes, syllabus, assignments etc.. It introduces the theory of computability and goes on to study Godel's theorems,...
|Tarski, Godel, Incompleteness theorems, Modal logic, Provability logic, Truth, Peano arithmetic, Church-Turing thesis||view|
|Relativism, Reason, and Reality||
Full course with assignments, lecture notes etc.. It is a philosophical exploration of problems relating to relativism.
|epistemology, Theory of knowledge, Self, Morality, Truth, Kuhn, Karl Popper, Derek Parfit||view|
|Ancient philosophy and mathematics||
A course exploring the relation of philosophical and mathematical thought in antiquity, with topics, reading lists, a glossary of terms and...
|Philosophy of mathematics, Plato, Aristotle, Euclid, Reason, Argument, Truth, Proof, Rationality, Irrationality, Number, Quality, Quantity||view|
|Paradox and Infinity||
Course with syllabus, assignments, readings etc.. A philosophical exploration of paradoxes and concepts of infinity.
|Godel, Turing machine, Set theory, Truth, Logic, Zeno, Vagueness, computability||view|