Course
RP603 - Logic
General Information
Course Type On Campus
Course Category R05 History of Philosophy and Systematic Philosophy
Description Teaching Objective:
Concepts and Propositions; Deductive Reasoning; Inductive Reasoning and Scientific Method; Introduction to Symbolic Logic.

Teaching Content:
Introduction
1. Logic as science (I): Usefulness of logic
2. Logic as science (II): Division of logic
First Part Logic of the Concept
1. Concepts and abstraction
2. Universality of concepts and singularity of thing
3. Language: expression of our thought
4. The analogical meaning of concepts
5. The predicables: logical ways of the universals
6. Definition, division and opposition of concepts
Second Part Logic of the Proposition
1. The proposition in general
2. Classes of propositions
Third Part Logic of the Reasoning
1. General characteristics of reasoning
2. Analysis of reasoning: the syllogism
3. Induction
4. Sophisms
Fourth Part The Scientific Knowledge
1. The method of sciences
2. The principles of scientific knowledge

Teaching Mode:
Seminar

Assessment Mode:
Assignment
College Organization Structure HIGHER INSTITUTE OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCES
Course Tuition Fee 1200.00
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