Analytical Philosophy took a dominant position during the entirety of the 20th century throughout the Anglo-Saxon world, particularly in the middle of the century in the Scandinavian countries. Analytical Philosophy under the 20th century was characterized by its close proximity to the natural sciences and placed high emphasis on formal analyses and empirical methods. The course provides a review of the development of analytical philosophy from Gottlob Freges to today. Particular emphasis is placed upon reading and reflecting on the texts of the analytical philosophers.