Logic, section 11
Summer 1996

Instructor: Richard Lee
Course number: Philosophy 2203 - section 11
Time: M-F 9:00 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.
Room: MAIN 427 (some meetings may be in SE-308 (computer lab))
Brief Description:
The student will be exposed to the theory and techniques of modern formal and informal logic. Topics covered will include: basic concepts of logic, informal fallacies, forming and evaluating formal arguments in sentential logic and modern predicate logic. Students will use a computer program that can coach them through problem sets until they master the material.
Patrick J. Hurley, A Concise Introduction to Logic (Fifth edition) (Wadsworth, 1994)
Additional purchase:
In addition to the textbook each student should purchase three 3.5" computer disks.

Other information:

[See instead the syllabus for summer '98]
Richard Lee, rlee@comp.uark.edu, last modified: 29 July 1998