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PHIL 240: Formal Logic

Formal systems of logic attempt to make principles of good reasoning explicit. This course introduces two such systems of logic: propositional and predicate calculus. Students learn to use formal techniques to analyze arguments and explore philosophical issues related to meta- theory, including consistency and completeness, the paradoxes of material implication, ontological commitment, and the interpretation of quantifiers. Offered annually. Counts toward linguistic studies concentration.

Ancient Studies

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...231) PHIL 235 Ancient Greek Philosophy PHIL 374...in Art History CLASS 240 Gender and Sexuality...

Asian Studies

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...China (abroad) HIST 240 Major Seminar: Non-Western History (depending on content) PHIL 127 Zen...

Japanese

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...III: Interpreting Journeys ASIAN 240 Talking in Japan...345 East Asia Seminar PHIL 251 Asian Philosophy...

Linguistic Studies

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...NORW 244 The Sami: Traditions in Transition PHIL 240 Formal Logic PSYCH 222 Psychology of...

Management Studies

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...PHIL 252 Ethics and the Good Life PHIL...Interim (off-campus) ASIAN 240 Talking in Japan...

Medieval Studies

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...Music History NORW 240 Vikings Past and Present NORW 399 Seminar PHIL 374 Seminar in...

Philosophy

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...Epistemology PHIL 246 Space and Time PHIL 240 Formal Logic PHIL 241 Philosophical Theology PHIL...