"This exceptional text fulfills two essential criteria of a good introductory textbook in the philosophy of language: it covers a broad range of topics well, all of which are the basis of current active research, and does so in an accurate manner accessible to undergraduate students." –Mike Harnish, University of Arizona
"...an excellent textbook for teaching. the examples throughout are delightful and students will love them." –Edwin Mares, Victoria University of Wellington
About the Author
William G. Lycan is William Rand Kenan Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina. He is the author of over 150 articles as well as seven books.