Introductory Logic B: The Languages of Logic

This course introduces further fundamental logical ideas that philosophers need in their toolboxes in order to reason well. It includes an introduction to a second logical language, the Predicate Calculus, which allows us to assess arguments too subtle for the Sentence Calculus to handle.

You must complete Introductory Logic A before enrolling on this course.

This Short Course can be taken as a stand-alone course or it may be available as part of a Certificate of Higher Education.

It is assessed in equal parts by a take-home exercise and by an unseen end-of-term examination.

15 credits at level 4

  • Entry requirements

    Entry requirements

    Most of our short courses have no formal entry requirements and are open to all students. You may have to fulfil specific prerequisites for some intermediate-level or advanced-level courses, but these will be specified where relevant.

  • How to apply

    How to apply

    You enrol directly onto the classes you would like to take, using the Enrol Now link below. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis – so apply early. If you wish to take more than one short course, you can select each one separately and then enrol onto them together via our online application portal. There is usually no formal selection process, although some modules may have prerequisites and/or other requirements, which will be specified where relevant.

First class: Thu 11-Jan-18 6pm-8pm

Class location Central London
Class code SSPL014H4ACB