Review List for the Midterm
Exam
You can expect questions on the following
topics in the midterm:
1.
Validity and soundness for arguments
(the basic ideas).
2.
Well-formed sentences in Sentential
(sim
PHIL 008, Erich Reck
UCR, Winter 2014
Homework Set 1
This first homework set is due on Thursday, Jan. 23, at the beginning of class. Please
use separate sheets for your answers, write legibly, and don
Intro. to Logic Study Guide for Final Exam
8 March 2014
The Central Concepts of Logic
Concepts that apply to a single sentence:
A sentence A is a tautology if it is true in all rows.
A sentence A is
DeCi‘sion
6.0 Sentential and Primitive
We have completed the construction stage: Sententiai is the language of
logic we will use in the Strategy. in this chapter, we will develop meth-
ods for testing
Translating into
Sentential
We have now carried out the ﬁrst two stages of the Strategy: the
Sentential language has been constructed and a decision procedure for
testing validity has been developed.
The Strategy Applied
and Extended
We have reached the point envisaged in chapter 3: each stage of the
Strategy has been worked out, and the ﬁrst task will be putting it to
work to evalnate natural lan
PHIL008, Erich Reck
UCR, Spring 2014
HOMEWORK SET 4
This homework set is due next Thursday (March 6), at the beginning of class. As usual,
please write legibly and put both your name and your TA's nam
PHIL008, Erich Reck
UCR, Winter 2014
Homework Set 3
This homework set is due next Thursday (February 27), at the beginning of class. As
usual, make sure to put your name and section number (or TAs nam
PHIL008, Erich Reck
UCR, Winter 2014
HOMEWORK SET 2
Here are the problems for the second homework set. Solutions are due on Thursday,
Febr. 6, at the beginning of class. Please put your solutions on s
146 Deduction
Whether an argument was valid. By crediting them with a grasp of the ten
rules, we now know we were crediting them with a way to demonstrate the
validity of any argument. The reason that
Sentential
5.0 Emerging Primitive
There isn’t much that you can do with a language as limited as
Primitive. Given its four basic sentences and ﬁve forms of non~basic sen~
tence, it is not possibie to
Primitive
The Strategy outlined in the last chapter requires us to construct a lan-
guage that has the following features:
(i) Natural language arguments can be translated into it so as to
reveal thei
Deducﬁon
The sort of reasoning that takes place in Sententiai deduction games is
the basis for a new method of logic. in the previous chapter, I urged you
to see that method as our theory of how, and
Thinking
Logic can he described as a way of thinking about thinking; it is the
study of certain speciﬁc features of thought. This needs explaining, so
we will begin with some examples.
1.0 Movements o
Appendix 1:
How to Learn Logic
It might seem strange to ﬁnd an appendix to a book on logic with the above
titie. What has been going on for ail the preceding pages if it Wasn’t aimed
at instiiling the
PHILOSOPHY 008: Introduction to Logic
UC Riverside, Winter 2014
Instructor: Professor Erich Reck
TAs: Meredith McFadden, Luis Montes, Max Murphy
HANDOUT: BASIC INFORMATION
Class Times: Tu, Th, 8:10-9:
Winter 2016
Philosophy 008: Introduction to Logic
Michael Nelson
Email: [email protected] Office: 3305 HMNSS
Office hours T/H12:00-12:40 at the bench in front of University Theater and Olmsted Hall
I wi
Logic Spaces: Propositional Logic for PHIL008
Michael Nelson
Department of Philosophy
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521
Winter 2016
This text is an introduction to logic for Phil
PHILOSOPHY 008: Introduction to Logic
UC Riverside, Spring 2015
Instructor: Professor Erich Reck
TAs: Taylor Cyr, Rebecca Harrison, Sam Richards, Yvonne Tam
HANDOUT: BASIC INFORMATION
Class Times: Tu,
Intro. to Logic Model Solutions for Midterm Exam
16 February 2012
(1) (a) Consider this sentence: (P1 & (P1 P2) (P1 (P1 & P2) Is it a tautology or not? Justify your answer in this case by giving
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SOCIOLOGY 011
INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED DEMOGRAPHY
Fall Quarter 2014
Monday Wednesday, Friday, 11.10 AM to 12.00 PM, Bourns Hall A125
Instructor: David A. Swanson
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POSC 119: Gandhis Political
Thought
Prof. F. Godrej
TA: Stefan Kehlenbach
Please make sure you are
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Instructions and study guide for midterm take-home
essay, POSC 119
Your midterm essay will consist of ONE of the following
questions, to be announced via iLearn on Friday, May 12th at
8 am. You will b
Syllabus for Lifespan Development: (PSYC 160)
1. Course Information
Quarter
Class Time
Class Location
Winter 2017
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 10:10 AM 11:00 AM
MSE 116
Instructor
I
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UCR, Fall 2017
Homework Set 1
This first homework set is due on Thursday, Oct. 19, at the end of class. Please use
separate sheets for your answers (not the problem sheet itself),
University of California-Riverside
POSC 119
Political Thinkers in Depth: Gandhis Political Philosophy
Spring 2017
Instructor: Prof. F. Godrej
Office: Watkins 2213
e-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours:
PHIL008, Erich Reck
UCR, Fall 2017
MIDTERM EXAM
You have until the end of class (11am) to solve the following problems. Don't forget to
put both your name and your TA's name, with section number, on y