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Aim of the Course

This course aims to give an initial overview of the nature of logic and an introduction to formal Aristotelian logic and its use not only in philosophy but also in everyday life.

Course Content

Description of logic; logic and language; arguments; fallacies; categorical proposition; categorical syllogism. By means of exercises, the students will practice the use of logic in analysis.


Class participation & Exercises: 30%

Individual / Group Presentation: 20%

2 hour written exam: 50%

Credit: 6

Select Bibliography

Agapay, R.B., Logic: The essentials of Deductive Reasoning, National Book Store, Mandaluyong City<, Philippines, 1990

Churchill, R.P., Logic: An Introduction, St Martin’s Press, New York, 1990

Cruz, C.L., Introduction to Logic, National Book Store, Mandaluyong City, Philippines, 1995⁴

Copi,I, & Cohen, C., Introduction to Logic, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1990⁸

Kreyche, R.J., Logic for Undergraduates, Holt, Reinhart and Watson, Inc., New York, 1970³

Lecture Hours

To be confirmed


Fr. Stanley Antoni