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Paul Pietroski – Concepts, Words, Concepts: How to Make Mind Systematic

Within the context of Concordia’ Philosophy department guest speakers series, the Philosophy Student Association is happy to welcome:

*** Dr. Paul Pietroski, Maryland University ***

“Concepts, Words, Concepts: How to Make Mind Systematic”
Friday, March, 28th at 4pm
Room: PR-100, 2100 McKay (Philosophy Department)

Paul Pietroski (PhD, MIT) is Professor of Philosophy and Linguistics. His main research interests lie at the intersection of these fields. For the last several years, he has been thinking about how grammatical structure is related to linguistic meaning and logical form, and how meaning is related to truth. He has also been defending, in collaboration with colleagues, nativist accounts of language acquisition.

http://www.philosophy.umd.edu/deptwebsite/people/corefaculty/pietroski_paul.html

Hope to see you there,
PSA Executives

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