Program(s): Undergraduate Courses, Summer College
*Taught Online for Summer 2021* This course is an intensive introduction to the techniques of modern logic. These include the representation of arguments in symbolic notation, and the systematic manipulation of these representations to show the validity of arguments. Topics include truth tables, the sentential calculus, and monadic and relational predicate logic. No prior familiarity with symbolic logic is required.
Strong analytical skills needed; math and computer science grades can be more useful here than would usually come into play for philosophy courses. Attendance at every class meeting is required.
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