Students will acquire in-depth knowledge of crucial texts and problems in contemporary philosophy of language. By attending the course, they will also acquire analytical and evaluative skills, first and foremost at the logical-argumentative level, of the main philosophical theories tackled during the course. They will also develop their logical-argumentative and communicative skills with respect to the issues at the heart of the course. Moreover, they will acquire the ability to elaborate presentations and papers containing arguments in favor of their views. Finally, students will acquire decision-making skills, particularly in complex situations, which aren’t entirely analyzable in terms of codified scientific and technical knowledge.