Logic is the study of arguments or reasons given for people’s answers to these questions. To this end philosophers employ logic to study the nature and structure of arguments.

Logicians ask such questions as:

  • What constitutes “good” or “bad” reasoning?
  • How do we determine whether a given piece of reasoning is good or bad?

Fall 2015 Logic Courses:

PHILOS 101 – Introduction to Philosophy (U, HU)

PHILOS 111 – Informal Logic (U, HU)

PHILOS 211 – Elementary Logic ((U, HU, QLB)

PHILOS 511 – Symbolic Logic (U/G)

PHILOS 516 – Language and Meaning (U/G)