An introduction to the theory and practice of logical analysis. Special emphasis is placed upon the logical appraisal of everyday arguments, increasing critical evaluation of sources, and recognizing subtle and not-so-subtle bias. The end will be that students increase their powers of rational thought, including the application of general principles and specific cases. This course is recommended for all general education students. (MOTR PHIL 101)
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