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Teaching Philosophy

Volume 37, Issue 1, March 2014

Sam Hillier
Pages 19-36

Teaching Practical Logic
A Unifying Approach

I share my experiences teaching Practical Logic with a focus on good reasoning as eliminating alternative conclusions. This unites the various topics traditionally taught in such courses (deductive logic, inductive logic, causal reasoning, probability theory, fallacies, cognitive biases, the scientific method, and creativity) in a way that I have found to be extremely effective.

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