Logic Online Course
Thinking Well: Advanced Formal & Practical Logic
Wednesday
|
4:00 PM
to
5:30 PM
Tonya Rozelle
Tonya Rozelle

Before studying philosophy, whether it is the philosophy of Plato or C. S. Lewis, students should develop a clear understanding of formal logic. This semester long course will help students learn more advanced aspects of formal logic, including traditional syllogisms, hypothetical syllogisms, and enthymemes . Students with practice applying this basic knowledge to other areas of study in order to strengthen their analytical thinking, which will naturally lead to stronger essays.

Suggested Ages
13 years and up
Pre-requisites
Traditional Logic I semester course
Registration Number
Min.:
4
Max.:
12
Required Texts