Linguistic Philosophy with Bryan Magee and Bernard Williams (1977)

In this program, world-renowned author and professor Bryan Magee and Bernard Williams of Cambridge University discuss linguistic philosophy—an offshoot of logical positivism—which argues that sentences can have no meaning beyond that which humans give them because language is a human invention.
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This is from the series Modern Philosophy.
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