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Philosophy 103: Introduction to Logic
Assignment Schedule, Spring 2002

MWF 9:00-9:50 Web Alias A
MWF 11:00-11:50 Web Alias B

Note:
The following assignment schedule is subject to revision and is intended to be a general guide to the minimum assignments this semester.  The assignment given at the beginning of class takes precedence over this schedule.

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 Date Class Topic Assignment Jan 9 W Welcome to the Course Purpose of the Course Study Syllabus Obtain textbook Jan 11 F What is Philosophy? Set up email account Sign up logichelp Jan 14 M What is Logic? Study Copi 3-8 Post first message logichelp Jan 16 W The Structure of Arguments Premisses and Conclusions Study Copi 11-19 Ex. 9-10: 2-10 Jan 18 F Introduction to Deduction and Induction Introduction to Truth, Validity, Soundness Study Copi 21-26 Ex. 19: 2, 4 Jan 21 M How to Diagram Arguments Study Copi 35-37 Ex. H.O. Complex Arguments Jan 23 W Explanations and Nonarguments Study Copi 42-46 Ex. H.O. Premiss and Conclusion Indicators Jan 25 F Diagramming Practice Study Copi 46-50 Study Syllabus 9-12 Web Practice Sheet Jan 28 M Take-Home Assignments Web Practice Opt. Review Web Premiss and Conclusion Indicator Quiz Jan 20 W Take-Home Assignments Web Practice Opt. Review Web Diagramming Arguments Quiz Feb  1 F Deduction and Induction Truth, Validity, and Soundness, Part I Web Practice Sheet Due H.O. Diagramming with Deduction and Induction Opt. Review Web Truth, Validity, Soundness Quiz Feb  4 M Truth, Validity, and Soundness, Part II Review notes Opt. Review Web Structure of Arguments Test Feb  6 W Review for Test Chat 8:00~9:00 Feb  8 F Test I:  The Structure of Arguments Study Copi 71-81 Feb 11 M Forms and Functions of Language Study Copi 86-91 Feb 13 W Emotive Words and Emotive Significance Ex. H.O. Emotive Significance Feb 15 F Varieties of Disagreements Belief and Attitude Study Copi 95-97 Ex. H.O. Varieties of Disagreements Ex. 92: 4-9 Feb 18 M Introduction to Informal Fallacies Review Web Varieties of Disagreements Quiz Study Copi 137-150 Feb 20 W Informal Fallacies of Relevance, Part I Flash Cards: Relevance Feb 22 F Informal Fallacies of Relevance, Part II Ex. 150-155: I, II all Feb 25 M Informal Fallacies of Presumption, Part I Study Copi 156-167 Ex. 161-163: 1-10 Feb 27 W Informal Fallacies of Presumption, Part II Flash Cards: Presumption Mar 1 F The Great American Fallacy Contest Opt.: Review Web Fallacy Test Mar 3-Mar 10 Spring Break Opt. Review Test on Informal Fallacies Mar 11 M Review for Test on Language and Informal Fallacies Chat 8~9 Mar 13 W Test II:  Language and Informal Fallacies Study Copi 181-188 Mar 15 F Categorical Propositions Quantity, Quality, and Distribution Study Copi 188-193 Ex. 188: 1-10 Memorize Chart Mar 18 M The Square of Opposition Ex. 193: I-IV, all Mar 20 W "Bouncing Around the Square" Study Copi 193-200 Mar 22 F Further Immediate Inferences Ex. 200-201: I-III, all Mar 25 M Successive Immediate Inferences, Part I Ex. 201: IV: 1-5 Mar 27 F Successsive Immediate Inferences, Part II Study Copi 208-213 Ex. 201 V: 1-5 Mar 29 F Venn Diagrams for Propositions Ex. 213: 1-10 Apr   1 M Review for Test on Categorical Syllogisms Opt. Review Web Test on Categorical Syllogisms Apr  3 W Test III: Categorical Propositions Study Copi 217-223 Apr  5 F Syllogistic Terminology Study Copi 221-223 Ex 220-221: 1-5 Apr  8 M Method of Refutation by Means of Devising a Logical Analogy Study Copi 224-231 Ex. 223: 2-4 Apr 10 W Venn Diagrams for Syllogisms Study Copi 232-236 Ex. 230-231:  I, all Apr 12 F Syllogistic Fallacies Ex. 240-241: II, all Apr 15 M Problem Solving Ex. 241-241 III: 1-5 Apr 17 W Review for Test on Syllogisms Chat 8~9 Opt. Review Web Test on Syllogisms Apr 19 F Test IV: Syllogisms Review Questions for Final Apr 22 M Review for Comprehensive Final Exam Opt. Review Web Tests Apr 26 F Final Exam at 8:00-10:00 Logic A MWF 9:00-9:50 Section 03 Apr 29 M Final Exam at 11:00-1:00 Logic B MWF 11:00-11:50 Section 07

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