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PHILOS 103. Logic and Reasoning. 3 Credits.

This course introduces the students to the basic concepts and skills of logical reasoning which is central to critical thinking. With the objective of constructing good arguments for successful persuasion and defending ourselves against the illogical and fallacious appeals that bombard us daily, this course examines formal and informal fallacies, rules of syllogisms, and propositional logic and applies these logical tools to samples of real-life situations.
Fall and Spring.

Ancient and Medieval Studies Emphasis

http://catalog.uwgb.edu/undergraduate/programs/humanities/major/ancient-medieval-studies/

...Religions PHILOS 309 Religion and Medieval Philosophy PHILOS...I HUM STUD/HISTORY 103 World Civilizations I...