20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog


24.28. LOG - LOGIC

LOGIC 3213

Introduction to Critical Thinking and Informal Logic

3 Hours

In this course students will be exposed to a variety of concepts from traditional and prepositional logic. The purpose of this course is to present students with a wide variety of reasoning techniques so that they will then be able to employ such techniques in critical thinking and will manifest itself in speaking, reading, and writing. This course combines traditional reasoning techniques (Syllogisms, truth tables, Mill's methods of inference, and deduction/induction) with classical philosophical work, which focus around argument and analysis. Prerequisites, successful completion of Speaking and Thinking Critically (SPC 1713) and English Composition II (ENG 1213).  BACONE CORE