AP/PHIL3102 3.0 M: Intermediate Logic

Offered by: PHIL


Winter 2022






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course develops the full predicate calculus with identity, and applies it to some philosophical problems. It introduces basic set theory and semantic concepts which are important for understanding how logical languages work, and discusses philosophical issues about identity and reference. It is a continuation of an introduction to logic. Prerequisite: AP/PHIL 2100 3.00. Not open to: Math majors.

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