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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio

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PHL 120

Reasoning and Argument

An introduction to logical concepts and principles of inductive and deductive reasoning, including validity, soundness, and symbolic representation of arguments. Focuses on building the skills involved in analyzing, evaluating and constructing arguments of various types. Includes a discussion of logical fallacies. Emphasis is placed on the application of concepts and principles to contexts and examples expressed in the language of daily life and public discourse.

Units: 3.0