PHIL 150. Formal Logic and Critical Thinking.
Cr. 3. An introduction to strategies for constructing and evaluating arguments. Emphasis is placed on the development of skills needed to deal competently with arguments encountered in everyday life as well as on some of the more formal techniques of logical analysis. This course covers much of the same content as PHIL 145, but moves at a slightly faster pace. May be used to fulfill the Quantitative Analysis component of the General Education Requirements. May not be used to fulfill the Humanities Component of the General Education Requirements. Prerequisite: MATH 110 or a score of 2 or higher on the Math placement exam. Not open to students with credit from PHIL 145.