# Slides

## Fundamental Concepts of Logic

For more information on these topics, see chapters 1-6 in The Many Worlds of Logic

#### Introduction to Logic

A concise introduction to the discipline and some resources for further study.

#### What is an Argument?

One of the fundamentals of logic and an important starting point.

Supplement - The Argument Clinic

#### Deductive and Inductive Arguments

Arguments of necessity and impossibility, and probability.

#### Deductive and Deductively Valid Distinguished

The conclusion must follow from the premises in the right way.

#### What is Validity?

Hint: It's about the structure not truth value.

#### More on Validity

Digging deeper on the concept of validity.

#### Inductive Strength

The stronger the argument, the more probable is the conclusion.

#### Relations

How statements in logic relate to each other and how truth plays a role.

#### Overview of the Fundamentals of Logic

An overview of key concepts in the Fundamentals of Logic

## Categorical Logic

For more information on these topics, see chapters 7-9 in The Many Worlds of Logic

#### Elements of a Categorical Sentence

An introduction to categorical logic -- the logical system of the Ancient Greeks.

#### Elements of a Categorical Syllogism

Categorical logic applied to arguments.

#### Venn: Testing an Immediate Inference

Using a Venn Diagram to test whether a conclusion follows from just one premise.

#### Venn: Testing a Syllogism

Using a Venn Diagram to determine whether a syllogism is valid.

## Truth-Functional Logic

For more information on these topics, see chapters 10-22 in The Many Worlds of Logic

## Predicate Logic

For more information on these topics, see chapters 23-28 in The Many Worlds of Logic

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