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Formal Logic

Grades 7 - 12
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Course Schedule
Class Follows Upper Annual Schedule
Dates: 2024-08-13 to 2025-05-13
Tuition: $400 / Annual
Supplies: $0
Expectations and Homework
Students are assigned homework assignments weekly. They will range in amount of time to take, but on average will take about an hour to complete in total. Students are also expected to read the chapters.
None required
Class Supplies Needed
The textbook that will be used is The Discovery of Deduction (Student Edition) – Classical Academic Press. Students will need to bring paper and writing implements for note taking.
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About the Course
Formal Logic

Formal Logic is often defined as a system of rules that are used to determine the validity of propositions.  This is a form of deductive reasoning often used in the form of syllogisms or even mathematical proofs.  Students in this class will learn what forms a sound argument and how to assess arguments for rational merit and cogency.  Aspects of the class will explore formal logical arguments made during the founding of the United States as well as formal logical arguments through the history of Christianity.

 The Discovery of Deduction (Student Edition) – Classical Academic Press



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About Michael

Michael is a graduate of Centre College (2005) with a Bachelor's in History and of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2011) with a Master of Divinity in Biblical and Theological Studies. Since 2005 Michael has been working in social services and is currently a Case Manager working with individuals with brain injury. Michael enjoys trying to keep up with his language skills and is always excited to help others dive into the Biblical languages in order to go deeper in understanding in what Scripture teaches.

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