Phil10 - Lecture 1: Introduction Philosophy 10...

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Lecture 1: Introduction Philosophy 10 Administrative Information Content Introduction Who I am Course Materials Sections Mailing Lists Grades Other Issues What is logic? Why is it important? What is ‘Sentential Logic’? What are ‘Informal Fallacies’? Administrative Information Who I am? Rick Grush Professor of Philosophy UC San Diego Who else is involved? TAs, office hours, change each quarter and are announced on Course Webpage and email lists Administrative Information Course Materials Basic Sentential Logic and Informal Fallacies - Text written by me explicitly for this course - Homework - Practice Exams - Preliminary Syllabus Administrative Information Course Materials Online Syllabus/Course Page Administrative Information Course Materials Lecture Videos/Podcasts Administrative Information Discussion Sections - Attendance not required, but is recommended - Can attend any section, not just the one you’re enrolled in - The TA of the section you are officially enrolled in is the one who has your grade sheet, so deal with them for anything point-related
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