Critical Thinking (PHIL 140.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
PHIL 140 01 May 2018 Brian Zamulinski
 
PHIL 140 02 January 2018 Brian Zamulinski
PHIL 140 62 January 2018 John Liptay
PHIL 140 96 January 2018
 
PHIL 140 01 September 2017 Peter Alward
PHIL 140 03 September 2017 Peter Alward
PHIL 140 61 September 2017 Michael Poellet
PHIL 140 63 September 2017 John Liptay
 
PHIL 140 03 May 2017 Brian Zamulinski
 
PHIL 140 02 January 2017 Brian Zamulinski
PHIL 140 62 January 2017 Anthony Jenkins
PHIL 140 96 January 2017 Derek Postnikoff
 
PHIL 140 01 September 2016 Peter Alward
PHIL 140 61 September 2016 John Liptay
 
PHIL 140 01 May 2016
 
PHIL 140 02 January 2016
PHIL 140 04 January 2016
PHIL 140 62 January 2016
PHIL 140 96 January 2016

Description

An introduction to essential principles of reasoning and critical thinking, designed to introduce the students to the analysis of concepts, to enhance their ability to evaluate various forms of reasoning and to examine critically beliefs, conventions and theories, and to develop sound arguments. Topics include fundamentals of logic and analysis, definition, logical fallacies, and conceptual analysis.

Note

Students with credit for PHIL 240, 241, 243 or CMPT 260 may not take this course for credit. To receive credit for PHIL 140, 240, 241, 243, or CMPT 260, students must take PHIL 140 prior to the above mentioned courses.

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