This course, taught by Alan Vincelette and Janice Daurio at St. John’s Seminary, is a study of the logic of classical logic including definitions, categorical propositions, syllogisms, truth tables, and fallacies, and modern logic including Mill’s methods, predicate logic, modal logic, the scientific method, and the linguistic analysis of names, descriptions, concepts, and statements.

  • Course Categories: Philosophy
  • Science Topics: History & Philosophy of Science
  • Seminaries: St. John's Seminary
  • Syllabus: Logic
  • Tags:
    scientific method, scientific process

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