Course Details

980: Elementary Logic

February 14-18
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

This course will introduce the basic ideas of elementary logic. It will include the logic of terms, developed by Aristotle; the logic of propositions, developed by the Stoics; inductive logic, centering around Mill's methods; and informal fallacies, also first explored by Aristotle.

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Class Type: Lecture and Discussion

Class Format: Online

Hours of Reading: No reading

Study Group Leader(s):

Don Ross

Don Ross received his bachelor's degree in philosophy from Wake Forest University in 1970, his master's from the University of Iowa in 1972, and his doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1979. His publications include articles on ancient and medieval philosophy. He has also done work in Asian and modern European philosophy.