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Phil  — Introduction to Logic Spring  – Prof. Kevin C. Klement (Please call me “Kevin.”) Tuesdays and ursdays :–:pm in  ompson Course description and goals: An introduction to symbolic logic, including sentential and predicate logic. Its purpose is to familiarize you with certain formal methods for representing and evaluating arguments and inferences. ese methods can be used not only for philosophy, but for any subject maer. Like mathematics, the methods you will learn are highly abstract, formal and symbolic. If math is not your strong suit, be prepared to devote extra time to this course. is is an analytical reasoning (R) course. Contact info: My office is  Bartle. My office hours are Mondays and ursdays :–:pm, and by ap- pointment. My office phone is () -. e best way to contact me is by email at klement@philos.umass.edu . Web pages: Our “public” website is http://courses.umass.edu/logic/ . More useful is our SPARK page, where you can download lecture notes, practice exams and more, and even view your grades. SPARK is available at https://spark.oit.umass.edu/ . Required text:
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