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PHIL& 120 - Symbolic Logic


5 CR

Previously PHIL& 106.
Introduction to modern symbolic logic emphasizing sentence logic with translation and proofs and quantificational logic with translation and proofs. Either PHIL& 106 or PHIL& 120 may be taken for credit, but not both.

Prerequisite(s): Placement by assessment into MATH 099, or completion of MATH 098  with a C or better.

Course Outcomes
  • Recognize and use basic philosophic vocabulary relevant to critical thinking (e.g., “valid,” “invalid,” “sound”).
  • Translate English statements to the language of sentential logic and predicate logic.
  • Analyze the logical properties of statements and arguments using truth tables.
  • Prove the validity of arguments in sentential logic using natural deduction.
  • Prove the validity of arguments in predicate logic using quantifier rules, single quantifiers, multiple quantifiers, and relational predicates.
 


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