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Those who complete a basic course in logical argumentation will have the skills needed to construct convincing arguments and to judge and evaluate the arguments of others. These are critical skills which enable clear, meaningful, and effective communication. Logic encourages clarity and rationality of thought, which is a valuable tool not only for academic accomplishment, but also for real world applications. In addition to covering how to make logical arguments, this course will cover how to recognize widespread logical fallacies. The difference between inductive and deductive logic will be addressed, which are essential for understanding academic research.
Aims and Objectives
• Communicate effectively, which may include various academic, professional, or civic situations;
• Construct valid/strong arguments;
• Provide a solid basis for the Bachelor thesis writing process.
Students will be able to: