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An Introduction to Formal Logic

Logic is the key to philosophy, mathematics, and science. Learn logic from an award-winning professor of philosophy.

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d********m
April 13, 2019

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c********m
March 20, 2019
Very clear and well presented. The Professor is pretty funny too.

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k********m
March 11, 2019
First the instructor talks to the audience as if he is talking to children Second the course is difficult to follow about halfway through where it appears to switch from logic to mathematics Third the instructor appears to violate his own logical rules as he attempts in the 23rd lecture to God smuggle Religion into the lecture as if it’s true and valid and necessary that God exists and must exist, yet he fails or omits to provide further instruction during the lecture that the claim that it is necessary for God to exist as fallacious thus in validating the argument that is necessary that God must exist I am on aware of any logical reason that this instructor could use to justify his statements in the 23rd lecture, that this instructor could use to justify his quotations of other theologians in this lecture while simultaneously neglecting to insert into the lecture the opposing arguments for the validity of any God let alone the Abraham a God If one were to give a chorus lecture or multiple course lectures on any subject would it not be reasonable to conclude that the individual giving said lecture would have a neutral opinion during the lecture regardless of their opinion in private life?

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