— PHIL 370 (3)
Provides an introduction to symbolic logic, which in turn provides students with a greater ability to understand and to analyze the structure and parameters of philosophical arguments. After a brief review of categorical propositions and the modern square of opposition, examines propositional logic, natural deduction, and predicate logic. Promotes active learning through the use of problem-solving and written exercises. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, 102, and 201.
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