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The Course Descriptions catalog describes all undergraduate and graduate courses offered by Michigan State University. The searches below only return course versions Fall 2000 and forward. Please refer to the Archived Course Descriptions for versions prior to Fall 2000.

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PHL 430  Topics in Philosophical Logic

Description:
Selected topics from metalogic, model theory, artificial intelligence and deviant logics.
Effective Dates:
FALL 1996 - FALL 1998


PHL 430  Topics in Philosophical Logic

Description:
Selected topics from metalogic, model theory, artificial intelligence and deviant logics.
Effective Dates:
SPRING 1999 - SUMMER 2002


PHL 430  Topics in Philosophy of Logic and Language

Description:
Investigation of logical concepts; the philosophical significance of twentieth century results in logic; related issues in the semantics and pragmatics of natural language.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2002 - SUMMER 2004


PHL 431  Topics in Philosophy of Logic and Language

Semester:
Spring of even years
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Reenrollment Information:
A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this course.
Recommended Background:
PHL 330 and MTH 472 and PHL 360 and LIN 437
Description:
Investigation of logical concepts. Philosophical significance of twentieth-century results in logic. Related issues in the semantics and pragmatics of natural language.
Semester Alias:
PHL 430
Effective Dates:
FALL 2005 - SUMMER 2015


PHL 431  Topics in Philosophy of Logic and Language

Semester:
Spring of even years
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Reenrollment Information:
A student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this course.
Recommended Background:
PHL 330 and PHL 360 and LIN 437
Description:
Investigation of logical concepts. Philosophical significance of twentieth-century results in logic. Related issues in the semantics and pragmatics of natural language.
Semester Alias:
PHL 430
Effective Dates:
FALL 2015 - Open