Justin Khoo explains how coded speech is used to subvert social norms.
philosophy of language
The politics of language.
Eliot Michaelson, Jessica Pepp, and Rachel Sterken uncover a new speech act.
Once upon a time philosophy of language was, in the jargon of academic philosophers, an “AOS” (area of specialisation) of mine. In those days it was a nightmare being asked what I was working on in non-philosophy settings. In fact, when I met my husband one of our first conversations was about my work on […]
Robin Jeshion discusses how philosophy of language has changed.
Ethan Nowak explains what is lost when languages disappear.
Nicholas Allott on Chomsky at 90
Constantine Sandis watches his language.
Russell Blackford admires a new book on normative language.
TPM investigates Wittgenstein and his forms of life.
An overview of the Wittgenstein Archive which is dedicated to the study and publication of all aspects of Wittgenstein’s work