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SyllabusGEM2006/GET1028 Logic Semester 2, 2019-2020Department of Philosophy, National University of SingaporeInstructor: Dr. Lee Wang YenModular Credits: 4Prerequisite: nilCourse Description:This is an introduction to classical logic. The first half of the course introduces propositional logic, using the techniques of truth-tables and linear proof by contradiction. The second half of the course extends the use of linear proof by contradiction to predicate logic. Emphasis is placed on applying the techniques to philosophical arguments, and on philosophical questions raised by the study of logic.Learning Outcomes:At the end of the module students should be able todemonstrate the skills of translating natural-language arguments into formal-language arguments.show familiarity with basic terminology, concepts, and methods in elementary symbolic logic.demonstrate the skills of providing and refuting deductive arguments in the propositional and predicate/quantificational systemsCourse Outline:topic1Introduction (validity, soundness);2propositional logic (easier translations, simple truth tables, truth evaluations)3propositional logic (unknown evaluations, complex truth tables, the truth-table test, the truth-assignment test)4propositional logic (harder translations, idiomatic arguments)5Propositional logic (S-rules [AND, NIF, NOR⌋ I-rules [CS,DS,MP,MT], mixing S- and I-rules, extended inferences)6propositional proof (easier proofs)mid-semestral break7propositional proofs (easier refutations); test 18propositional proofs (harder proofs, harder refutations)9quantificational logic (easier translations)10quantificational logic (easier proofs)11quantificational logic (easier refutations); test 212quantificational logic (harder translations, harder proofs)13Computerised testUngraded Exercises:Students are assigned two types of math-like exercise. Some of the textbook exercises have to be completed during classes, while computer exercises (LogiCola) are assigned as homework. Please download the free software from:http://www.harryhiker.com/lc/Doing a lot of exercises is the best way to master logic for most students, as it is a skill-based subject very similar to mathematics. Most of the exercises are quite easy, and completing them will help students do well at tests/exams.Graded Assessment:All tests and exam are OPEN BOOK. All printed or handwritten materials are allowed. No electronic devices are permitted.Test 1 – 15%Test 2 – 15%Computerised test – 20%Final Exam – 50%TestsA 30-minute open-book test will be conducted in lecture 7 and another in lecture 11. Each test consists of 10 MCQs. See the lesson plan document for the scope of this test.The test will start after a 45-minute lecture. Please shade your student number on the bubble form before the lecture or during the break. Question papers will be distributed 5 minutes before the test. You are not allowed to shade the bubble form when the time is up.Computerised testStudents will do a 15-minute open book computerised test consisting of 3 formal propositional or quantificational proof/refutation questions in a computer lab during lecture 13.Each student will be assigned to one of the three time-slots: first, second and third 30 minute-slots beginning from the lecture start time. No change of slot is permitted.Final ExaminationYou will sit a 2-hour open book examination consisting of 30 MCQs. The final exam covers all topics.Skipping Tests/ExamThe final exam and ALL tests are strictly compulsory. You cannot be enrolled in this module if your schedule does not allow you to arrive at the lecture theatre or computer lab in time for any of the tests. Your request to be enrolled is seen as an implicit agreement to take all the tests and exam at the prescribed times and venues.If you skip a test or final exam or your performance is adversely affected by some medical and non-medical circumstances, you are entitled to submit the completed Special Consideration Form to your home Faculty Dean’s Office. Whether you’re given a replacement test/exam is entirely up to the Faculty Board of Examiners (BOE).For medical and non-medical circumstances that warrant special consideration, please see the guidelines on special consideration.According to the guidelines, ailments such as a mild cold, headache, sore throat, or low grade fever etc will not constitute sufficient reasons for special consideration. Doctors will be asked to substantiate claims about medical circumstances.If you miss a test with a valid medical leave or leave for an approved activity, please email me. My head of department has the discretion to determine if a substitute assessment can be arranged.In medical cases, if you plan to apply for special consideration in relation to final exam or for a substitute test for CA, please ask the doctor to fill out Part 3A of the special consideration form, downloadable from LUMINUS>Files>CriticalModuleInformation.Textbooks:Main text (required):Gensler, Harry. 2010. Introduction to Logic. 2d ed. New York: Routledge.*available as e-book at NUS library.Supplementary text:Hurley, Patrick. 2012. A Concise Introduction to Logic. 11th Ed. Boston: Wadsworth.
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multi-faith global community. With the knowledge of this course, students ought to be able to understand
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structures and algorithms (lists, maps, sorting), and software engineering
principles. Through hands on assignments and projects, students will learn good
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