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LOGIC PHI103 Informal Logic

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    Sep 12, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    Pretty easy going instructor so long as you pay attention and actually read the materials. She makes things easy to follow and gives detailed feedback so even if you mess up on something you know why and you know exactly what you need to improve. This course can teach you a lot about the formation of arguments and the way people think. This course is focused on teaching you the different types of arguments and fallacies and I think its a must for any student no matter what your focus is in. It helps with future courses and makes you think more about the way you actually word things.

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    This course taught me how to form a valid argument but also how to make an invalid argument sound convincing. It taught me that the way I word things can be as important as what I say.

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    6-8 hours

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    Focus on the structure of your arguments. Your premises will make or break your grades. The more you participate in the discussions the better you can form your arguments because it helps to discuss them with your classmates and also gives valuable insight.

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