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Formal Logic


This course features an in-depth study of classical syllogism, statement, and categorical argument. Course topics include traditional syllogism, forms of rhetorical arguments, types of hypothetical syllogisms, and relational arguments.

Formal Logic



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This course features an in-depth study of classical syllogism, statement, and categorical argument. Course topics include traditional syllogism, forms of rhetorical arguments, types of hypothetical syllogisms, and relational arguments.





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    SECTION 1

    Mrs. Kim Jackson

    961A-21-1

    9:00 AM - 9:50 AM CT

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    BOOK LIST
    BOOKS ISBN NOTES
    Traditional Logic Book I - Text 9781615388769 or e-edition
    Traditional Logic Book I - Workbook 9781547701254
    Traditional Logic Book II - Text 9781615388745 or e-edition
    Traditional Logic Book II - Workbook 9781615388752
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  • FORMAL LOGIC SECTIONS

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    SECTION 1

    Mrs. Kim Jackson

    961A-21-1

    9:00 AM - 9:50 AM CT

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  • FORMAL LOGIC BOOK LIST

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    FORMAL LOGIC
    BOOKS ISBN
    Traditional Logic Book I - Text 9781615388769
    Traditional Logic Book I - Workbook 9781547701254
    Traditional Logic Book II - Text 9781615388745
    Traditional Logic Book II - Workbook 9781615388752
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