Cooperative Program in Philosophy and Linguistics

Certain forms of serious work in the philosophy of language require that philosophers be conversant with certain forms of current research in linguistics, especially where those forms of research bear directly on claims set forth by philosophers of language.  A student who wishes to specialize in the relevant areas of philosophy of language therefore ought to have a firm grounding in the relevant basics of the discipline of linguistics as well. In the Cooperative Program in Philosophy and Linguistics, PhD students in Philosophy will be required to take certain courses in Linguistics and develop a working relationship with students and faculty in Linguistics through participation in specific seminars, as well as in the Linguistics and Philosophy Workshop. 

Faculty of the Cooperative Program in Philosophy and Linguistics

Karlos Arregi (Linguistics) - Link
Jason Bridges (Philosophy) - Link
James Conant (Philosophy) - Link
Kevin Davey (Philosophy) - Link
David Finkelstein (Philosophy) - Link
Itamar Francez (Linguistics) - Link
Anastasia Giannakidou (Linguistics) - Link
Chris Kennedy (Linguistics) - Link
Michael Kremer (Philosophy) - Link
Jason Merchant (Linguistics) - Link
Josef Stern (Philosophy) – Link
Malte Willer (Philosophy) – Link
Ming Xiang (Linguistics) – Link

Philosophy and LInguistics