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PHL 108 - Introduction to Logic

A systematic overview of the rules and methods of argument. The course has three parts. The first part examines the features of arguments one finds in everyday speech and writing. A second part covers Classical Aristotelian methods of syllogistic reasoning. The third part teaches the modern use of abstract symbols to represent and assess the formal structure of proofs. This last part involves the skills of formal and quantitative reasoning. Please note that this course can only combine with two natural science courses to fulfill Natural Science and Quantitative Distribution. It may not combine with a second quantitative course.
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