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Logic

An investigation of the formal structure of reasoning and the logical relationships that underlie good arguments. Many college courses explore and investigate the reasons to take something to be so; logic explores the correctness or strength of reasoning itself. This course will have a particular emphasis on the major historical methods for symbolically representing and analyzing deductive arguments: Aristotelian logic, propositional logic, and predicate logic. Some attention may also be paid to informal logical fallacies.

Course Number

PHIL 100 C1

Instructor

Tedesco, Matthew A.

Code(s)

1S

Credits

1.00

Course Format

hybrid

Course Format Description

A flipped class. All lectures and demonstrations are recorded videos; in-person meetings to review the material will be held twice weekly, with synchronous online meetings held on other days.

Time Slot

Mid Afternoon

Module

2

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