Course Syllabus Regular_ PHIL 220 99C Symbolic Logic.pdf

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Course Syllabus Regular Phil 220 Jan 2019 Regular Version date = 02 Jan 2019. May be revisions or corrections after 02 Jan 2019. Always check online syllabus in UBC connect course website for most recent version syllabus. Course Phil 220 Sec 99C Jan­Apr 2019 (not accelerated exam, no class section). Lectures None Course Team Course Organizer Leslie Burkholder Office Buchanan E280, 604­822­4836, email [email protected] Usual office hours: Mon 3­4.30pm, Wed 2pm­3.30pm, Fri 1.30­3.00pm. No office hours Fri 05 Jan or Mon 08 Jan. Appointments may be made for times during and outside regular drop­in office hours. () Texts (Recommended and Required) Barker­Plummer et al, Language Proof and Logic 2nd ed (LPL2 textbook). 1st edition not usable. Available at Discount Texts in Village, UBC bookstore, Amazon and Chapters, download from CSLI at UBC bookstore etc: Physical printed text + software­on­CD package Download: Text as .pdf + software If second hand make sure (i) both printed text and CD combination and (ii) registration/iicense has not been used. Additional material online inside UBC Connect course website. Goals Symbolic logic. Evalua±on X% = 1 course intro orientation quiz + Many UBC Canvas homework exercises. Homework exercises done at home. Open book, open computer windows, non­cumulative, unlimited tries. Best grade taken. Worth each homework depends on number questions. Homeworks each available all term unlimited time. All due by midnight (PST) one day after class period for term ends. Check UBC
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academic calendar for term for end of classes date. Check Course Calendar on course homepage for date. Late submissions (up to end final exam period) worth 50% of on time submissions. Late submissions after end of final exam period worth 0%. Y% = GradeGrinder textbook homework exercises submissions. Worth each GradeGrinder exercise depends on number questions. GradeGrinder each available all term unlimited time. GradeGrinder submissions done at home. Open book, open computer windows, non­cumulative, unlimited tries. Most recent grade taken. All due by midnight (PST) one day after after class period for term ends. Check UBC academic calendar for term for end of classes date. Check Course Calendar on course homepage for date. Late submissions (up to end final exam period) worth 50% of on time submissions. Late submissions after end of final exam period worth 0%. Z% = Supervised final exam during final exam period for term. Closed book, closed computer window, one try only. Final exam dates and times to be determined. See Final exam information link in course website. Final exam may be done ealier than exam period, Contact instructor for information about accelerated course.
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