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PHIL 181 - Logic and Model Theory [GEQR]


This course is designed to teach students the methods and principles of mathematical and philosophical logic, both deductive and inductive. Students will learn model theory, natural deduction, formal methods of proof and the methods and principles of inductive logic and probability.

Credit 3 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit

Course Rotation: No planned offerings

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Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing

This course is a General Education course because it is designed to teach students in the fundamentals of mathematical and philosophical logic, both deductive and inductive. Logic is the method of correct reasoning, and thus the skills students acquire in this course will serve as a foundation for rational inquiry in any discipline. This is a course in Quantitative Reasoning because it gives students the skills that will enable them to solve potential real-world problems using the methods and principles of mathematical logic. They will learn to evaluate quantitative information and analyze, critique and evaluate situations using deductive logic, model theory, inductive logic, and the probability calculus.

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Keywords: philosophy Quantitative Reasoning (GEQR)   
Updates: Change to course rotation 4/2019, effective Fall 2019; Approved for GEQR 11/2011


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