Deductive arguments are supposed to be valid in the sense that the premises guarantee that the conclusion is true. In this course, you will learn how to use truth-tables and Venn diagrams to represent the information contained in the premises and conclusion of an argument so that you can determine whether or not the argument is deductively valid.
This course is part of the Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking Specialization
About this Course
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Welcome to the Course
Propositional Logic and Truth Tables
Categorical Logic and Syllogisms
Catch-Up and Final Quiz
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TOP REVIEWS FROM THINK AGAIN II: HOW TO REASON DEDUCTIVELY
While still a very useful course, the material was less interesting to me personally than the first module. However it was still very rewarding and I enjoyed the instructor's lectures!
The optional discussions are kind of difficult. Didn't see much discussions from it. It would be great if professors can give some answers for that.
Somewhat confusing at certain points. The explanations don't exactly track the exercises that follow it. However, it is overall a useful course.
A good continuation of Think Again I. However, final quiz had lots of bugs in it.
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