## Logic II-E2 :Quantificational Logic and Deductions検索結果に戻る JP / EN

科目ナンバリング 開講年度・開講期 U-LAS00 10008 LE34 2021 ・ 後期 2 単位 講義 主として１・２回生 全学向 英語 水4 SAHKER，Ethan Kyle (医学研究科 助教) After progressing through Logic I, students will develop more applied skills in Logic II. Basic logic concepts and deductive reasoning will be advanced toward incorporating methods of inductive reasoning. Inductive reasoning takes observations and infers a general “truth” from those observations. As an extension of the methods and principles used to identify and use reasoning, students will learn causal and probabilistic theories and methods for the evaluation of reasoning. Concepts and skills learned in Logic II will cover methodologies used within the humanities and the sciences. Students will actively practice: (1) formation of comparisons for comprehension and persuasion (2) logic applied to statistical applications (3) logic and reasoning in academic writing and evaluation (1) To acquire the ability to assess an argument to determine the validity of the inductive reasoning methods. (2) To learn to evaluate scientific writing based on the presented reasoning and statistical conclusions presented. (3) To develop an enhanced ability to write clear and systematic arguments using systematic reasoning. (1) Course overview and introduction to logic (2-3) Analogy, legal and moral reasoning (4-5) Methods for identifying causality (6-7) Probability (8-9) Statistical reasoning (10-11) Hypothetical and scientific reasoning (12-13) Evaluating science (14) Review (15) Final exam (16) Feedback 20% - Quizes 40% - Final Exam 20% - Short Personal Reflection Paper 20% - Attendance and Active Participation Logic I Students are expected to complete assignments before class and come prepared to discuss the topics. One short personal reflection paper will also be required. Not required. Optional referrence books are provided below Logic: A complete introduction., Lee SF. (2017)., , ISBN:ASIN B01J24WGYW