|Instructor: Lee C. Archie||Office Hours:|
|Office: LC M33||MWF 08:30 am-09:00 am|
|(Learning Center Mezzanine)||MWF 10:20 am-11:20 am|
|Telephone: +1 864 388 8383||TR 08:30 am-09:30 am|
|Email: email@example.com||Other times by Appointment|
|Instant Message: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Introduction to Logic:
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Introduction to Logic Assignment Schedule
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I look forward to talking to each of you about our philosophy course. You are warmly encouraged to stop by my office to discuss classroom lectures, ideas, or problems. For questions about course content and course procedures use the Philosophy Server's Philosophy Forum. You will need to register for this discussion board according to the instructions given in Section 3.10 Philosophy Forum below.
Personal questions should be sent to email@example.com only. Please do not use Blackboard email or my Lander Webmail address for email contact in this course. (I do not use or check Blackboard email, and I like to keep student correspondence separate from the mass mailings and notices which fill Lander's Webmail.)
My daily schedule is online here: http://tiny.cc/archie659
We adopt specific techniques recommended by many educators, namely lecture, discussion, readings, review tests, and problem solving.
Note especially for students graduating under previous Lander University Catalogs: Although Philosophy 103 Introduction to Logic fulfills the General Education Core Curriculum Requirement for Logical and Analytical Thought, this course does not fulfill the requirement for Humanities.
Lee Archie 2011-01-05