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PHIL 210. Symbolic Logic. 3 hours.

Representation of English sentences using quantifiers and identity; quantificational natural deduction; interpretations. Optional topics include naive set theory; axiomatic systems; theory of descriptions; metatheory. Course Information: Prerequisite(s): PHIL 102. Recommended background: Grade of B or better in PHIL 102. Class Schedule Information: To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Discussion/Recitation and one Lecture. Natural World - No Lab course.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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...in the Department of Philosophy: PHIL 102 or PHIL 210 . Transfer students may present equivalent...

School of Public Health

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...in the Department of Philosophy: PHIL 102 or PHIL 210 . Transfer students may present equivalent...

Academic Standing

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...Higher Level 6-7 PHIL 100 (3 hours...or SPAN 204 , SPAN 210 (14 hours) Spanish...

BA in Human Development and Learning

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...in a logic course in PHIL 102 or PHIL 210 . Transfer students may present equivalent...

BA with a Major in Philosophy

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...PHIL 102 (satisfies Quantitative Reasoning requirement with a grade of C or better), PHIL 210...