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Linguistic Turns in Modern Philosophy by Michael Losonsky
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Jan 09, 2008

it was amazing
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Read in January, 2007

This book presents a marvellous overview of how language attracted the attention of philosopher (and, naturally, linguistics) since the dawn of philosophy.

His argument that philosophy of language begins with Locke's "Essay Concerning Human Understanding" is also very interesting.
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