PHL 5 Reasoning.

Focuses on the fundamental aspects of logic, as manifested in thought and language. Shows that reasoning occurs in both formal and interpretive modes and that principles exist for the analysis and evaluation of reasoning in these modes. The emphasis is on developing skill in the application of such principles and on an appreciation of the overall scope of logic.

1. PHL 273 Formal Logic (4) (MPF); and

2. PHL 263 Informal Logic (4); and

3. PHL 373 Symbolic Logic (4)

Note: Not open to majors in the Department of Philosophy.

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