Courses: Introduction to Logic (PHILB103001)

Spring 2014

Class Number: 1320
Logic is the study of formal reasoning, which concerns the nature of valid arguments and inferential fallacies. In everyday life our arguments tend to be informal and sometimes imprecise. The study of logic concerns the structure and nature of arguments, and so helps to analyze them more precisely. Topics will include: valid and invalid arguments, determining the logical structure of ordinary sentences, reasoning with truth-functional connectives, and inferences involving quantifiers and predicates. This course does not presuppose any background knowledge in logic.
Div: III; Approach: Quantitative Methods (QM); Haverford: Humanities (HU)
Enrollment Criteria: Freshman; Sophomore; Junior; Senior; Major/Minor/Concentration;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1320 Div: III; QM;

Department

Philosophy (Web site)

Taught By

Prettyman,Adrienne

Meeting Times

TTH 11:15am-12:45pm