Chapter Two:
Deductive Concepts and Sentence Logic

In this chapter, we discuss some of the details of formal, deductive logic. Your insturctor may choose to look to chapter three and informal logic first.

Tutorials and Reference

Tutorial One: Forms and Formal Fallacies
1) Fallacies

mini-lecture: Formal Fallacies
2) Logical Equivalence and Possibility
FlashBoard: Conditionals and Logical Equivalence

Exercises
2.1a Formal Drag
2.1b Auracaria Again

Exercises
2.2a Symbolizations I
mini-lecture: 2.2a
2.2b Multiple Choice on Symbolizatons
mini-lecture: Conditonals
2.2c Symbolizations II
mini-lecture: 2.2c-d Symbolizations
2.2d Symbolizations with Names
mini-lecture: Names
2.2e More Symbolizations (for lecture)
2.2f Conditional Symbolizations (for FLASH lecture)
2.2g More Symbolizations (for FLASH lecture)
2.2h Yet More Symbolizations (for FLASH lecture)

Tutorial Three: Semantics and Syntax

1) Truth Table Definitions for SL Connectives
2) Grammar for SL
FlashBoard: Sentence Construction

Exercises
2.3a Semantics: the meaning of the connectives
2.3b Syntax: Grammar for SL
mini-lecture: 2.3b Help
2.3c Mutitple Choice: Semantics
2.3d Multiple Choice: Syntax
2.3e Main Connectives (very important)
Quiz
Q2.3 Main Connective Check (very important)

Tutorial Four: Deductive Concepts, Possibilty, and Intuitive SL Examples

mini-lecture: Concepts and SL

Exercises
2.4a Multiple Choice: Deductive Concepts

Tutorial Five: Symbolization II
mini-lecture: Slightly Harder Symbolizations

Exercises
2.5a Symbolizations I
2.5b Symbolizations II
2.5c Symboizations III
2.5d Symbolizations with Names
2.5e Symbolizations with Names II

Reference

Chapter Two Reference

Quizzes and Presentations

P1 mini-lecture: Getting Started with Chapter 2
Q2.1 Symbolizing Drag
Q2.2 Symbolizations
Q2.3a SL Sentences
Q2.3b Main Connective Check (very important)
Q2.4a Deductive Concepts
Q2.4b More Deductive Concepts