An Introduction to Formal Logic

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An Introduction to Formal Logic

2016

Award-winning Professor of Philosophy Steven Gimbel of Gettysburg College guides you with wit and charm through the full scope of this immensely rewarding subject in An Introduction to Formal Logic, 24 engaging half-hour...

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Steven Gimbel

In This Series

Why Study Logic?
Episode 1
Why Study Logic?
Introduction to Logical Concepts
Episode 2
Introduction to Logical Concepts
Informal Logic and Fallacies
Episode 3
Informal Logic and Fallacies
Fallacies of Faulty Authority
Episode 4
Fallacies of Faulty Authority
Fallacies of Cause and Effect
Episode 5
Fallacies of Cause and Effect
Fallacies of Irrelevance
Episode 6
Fallacies of Irrelevance
Inductive Reasoning
Episode 7
Inductive Reasoning
Induction in Polls and Science
Episode 8
Induction in Polls and Science
Introduction to Formal Logic
Episode 9
Introduction to Formal Logic
Truth-Functional Logic
Episode 10
Truth-Functional Logic
Truth Tables
Episode 11
Truth Tables
Truth Tables and Validity
Episode 12
Truth Tables and Validity
Natural Deduction
Episode 13
Natural Deduction
Logical Proofs with Equivalences
Episode 14
Logical Proofs with Equivalences
Conditional and Indirect Proofs
Episode 15
Conditional and Indirect Proofs
First-Order Predicate Logic
Episode 16
First-Order Predicate Logic
Validity in First-Order Predicate Logic
Episode 17
Validity in First-Order Predicate Logic
Demonstrating Invalidity
Episode 18
Demonstrating Invalidity
Relational Logic
Episode 19
Relational Logic
Introducing Logical Identity
Episode 20
Introducing Logical Identity
Logic and Mathematics
Episode 21
Logic and Mathematics
Proof and Paradox
Episode 22
Proof and Paradox
Modal Logic
Episode 23
Modal Logic
Three-Valued and Fuzzy Logic
Episode 24
Three-Valued and Fuzzy Logic