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PHIL 1010 Intro to Logic

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    May 19, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    Its a very interesting course. One of the fun things I did outside of class after taking this class was to evaluate political statements of presidential candidates and I found out that candidates that incorporate a little a little bit of fallacies win more delegates and voters than people who really use sound logical arguments. You will also understand that logical argument is different form a verbal exchange derogatory remarks. Insulting your audience or your opponent is also a fallacy. My professor was great, I recommend him to anyone who wants to take this class. I took this class two years ago, I haven't looked at the textbook since then but, I still remember everything I learned from the class.

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    Definition of Logic Logical Argument Types of Arguments 1) Inductive Argument 2) Deductive Argument Forms of Inductive Argument weak and strong cogent and uncogent forms of deductive argument Valid and invalid Sound and unsound Fallacies Types of Fallacies...... ......

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    It's a useful class as it improves your critical thinking skills (this skill is needed by every employer) and will help you in making better judgments. It is also easy. You will understand when someone(like politicians, your doctor and others) is making a deductive or an inductive argument.

    • Fall 2014
    • Uriah Burke
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