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PHIL 301: Symbolic Logic

PHIL 301: Symbolic Logic

The Generic Catalog Description

An introduction to the use of symbolic logic as a tool emphasizing the arts of formalization and proof construction, introducing the students to the terminology and chief concepts of logic.


PHIL 301: Symbolic Logic

Arnold vander Nat

This course is a studey of the formal principles and techniques of modern symbolic logic as they are applied to various logical problems and issues found in ordinary reasoning, as well as philosophical, legal, scientific, and mathematical reasoning. This is an introductory course, and it does not presuppose that the students have previously studied logic. Buth, this is a 300-level course, and it is more advanced than the Core logic course, PHIL 174.




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