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Introduction to Logic – Critical Thinking

A beginner's course to Logic of Syllogism. Mind opening on several aspects of Logic.
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Video: 3h 46m
Language: English
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The first one on the Logic of Stoic is ready. The Stoics represent a milestone in the history of Logic.
“Democratic institutions require that citizens think for themselves, discuss problems freely with one another, and decide issues on the basis of deliberation and weighing of evidence. Through the study of logic we can acquire not only practice in reasoning, but also respect for reason, and thus reinforce and secure the values we prize.” I.M.C.
Two new lectures added  — 20/03/2020
New resources added, check the course curriculum. 30 August 2019
NEW LECTURE ADDED: The Socratic Logic – The Elenchus. 27/04/2019
I just added a new Section: Introduction to Logic of Dialectics. Please check it out and spread the word.
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This course is updated regularly with new lessons, so you are going to get much more than you see in the present curriculum. Learning logic is about a better way to think, therefore it is about the quality of our lives. Make the most of it.
All the best, Maurizio Bisogno

Don’t you use reasoning every day? Would it not be important then to be able to separate the good from the bad… arguments. Logic was first systematized by Aristotle, the ancient Greek philosopher who stands like a giant against time. In this course we introduce his Logic of Syllogism. Logic should be understood as a practical tool and as a way to structure the mind. Furthermore, any student in Philosophy should have at least a basic understanding of Logic.

You will learn

✓ In this fist series of lessons you will learn to appreciate the traditional logic, the structure of good arguments, the principle on which logic is based. We will focus also on practical applications and the relationships between Logic and Philosophy.


• There are no special prerequisite for this course; you use some form of arguments every day in your life, so you have already what it takes.

This course is for

• Would you like to go a step further? Would you like to know what separates bad from good thinking? How to understand the logical structure of an arument? Some arguments seem true and are in fact false, how do you discern them? Learn to use your reason.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 3h 46m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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