Philosophy | Elementary Logic
P150 | 0480 | Phillips


Do you know the difference between a correct argument and a merely
valid argument?  Did you even know that there is a difference?  Would
you like to be able to irrefutably prove that an interlocutor is
contradicting himself?

In this section of P150, we will be covering these topics and much
more.  Our ultimate goal is to learn how to distinguish correct and
incorrect ways of drawing a conclusion.

We will utilize varied learning techniques, including homework
problems, class participation, group work, and peer teaching.

This is a beginning logic course and requires no previous knowledge
of the subject.  Topics studied apply to the fields of business, law,
political science, philosophy, and more