Logic

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Jurisprudenti al Maxims

This module aims to introduce students to the main concepts and methods of traditional Logic, and acquaint them with principles and methods used in Modern (Symbolic) Logic. Students will develop skills in critical thinking and rational argument for interpreting, analyzing and evaluating ideas and arguments.

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1
Definition in Traditional Logic
2
Syllogism in Traditional Logic
3
Linguistic Requirements and the Importance of Relevant Linguistic Knowledge
4
Informal Fallacies
5
Introduction to Modern Logic
6
Propositions in Modern Logic
7
Syllogism in Modern Logic
8
The Method of Deduction in Symbolic Logic
9
Quantification Theory in Symbolic Logic
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The teacher for this subject is Mr. Ismail and the text book for it is: Understanding Islamic Sciences. London: ICAS Press, Mutahhari, M. (2020).
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Enrolled: 39 students
Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 9
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced