An introduction to formal deductive logic. Semantics, symbolization, and techniques of natural deduction in sentential logic. Symbolization, natural deduction, and models in monadic predicate logic. Symbolization and natural deduction with polyadic predicates. Introduction to advanced concepts in first-order logic, such as operations, identity, and models.
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It's a bird course for people in Math/CS.
that bird biology course everyone jokes about I've heard is actually really tough. the ultimate bogus bird course.
Wait why would you CR/NCR it if your term test average is 90
It's bird if you've taken any course covering proofs
If and only if
idk if it’s considered one, but I took CIN105 last year and it seemed like a bunch of people took it because they thought it would be easy and you could watch movies. the guy sitting next to me at the midterm took one look at his test paper and walked out lol
Keep in mind that the course averages *do* include CR'd marks, which will drag it down somewhat
Hahahaha no. Next time sign up for a philosophy minor (auto enrolment) so you get priority.
soc100 gotta be one