## Plausible and Implausible Reasoning

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Plausible and Implausible Reasoning

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Spring, 2015

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LOG 101

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This course will provide an introduction to deductive and inductive logic, and their use in information processing. It will introduce Aristotelian and truth-functional logic; show the relationship between truth-functional logic, computer science, and probability; and introduce basic features of statistical and causal reasoning in the sciences.

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Logic Quest | Document | |

Textbook | Document | |

Sweet Reason | Document | |

Logic Puzzles | Document | |

The Logic Zone | Document | |

Logic and Proofs | Document | |

Logic 1 | Document |

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