# Logic 201

This is the unofficial official webpage for my Philosophy 201 introduction to Logic classes (sections 04 and 07).

### Textbook:

Here’s the textbook: forallx-CalgaryRemix

### Syllabi:

Here’s the syllabus for section 04 (the one starting at 4:30): Syllabus – INTRO TO LOGIC 201 section 04 – Zee Perry

Here’s the syllabus for section 07 (the one starting at 6:10): Syllabus – INTRO TO LOGIC 201 section 07 – Zee Perry

### Homeworks:

You can turn in homeworks in class. If you are not able to make it to class that day, you can email them to me at: zee (dot) perry (at) rutgers (dot) edu.

Current Homework:

- No Current Homeworks! Use the
found here: ( Unit 2 Answer Keys ) to help study for the midterm on the 11th!!!**HOMEWORK ANSWER KEY**

##### Past Homeworks:

- On Wednesday, March 5th, I assigned homework questions due Monday, March 8th, that must be turned
and in**in-class**. The questions can be found in Chapters 16 and 17*hard copy*- Chapter 16, Block A, Question 1
- Chapter 16, Block D, Question 1
- Chapter 17, Block A, Fill-in Proofs 1 and 2

**(You***WILL*need to use the new “bonus” rules introduced in Chapter 17 to complete this homework! - Chapter 17, Block B, Question 1

- On Wednesday, Feb 26th, I assigned homework questions due Monday, March 2nd, that must be turned in
and in**in-class**. The questions can be found in Chapter 15:**hard copy**- Chapter 15 Question Block A
- Chapter 15 Question Block B
- Chapter 15 Question Block C, only questions 1, 2, 3, and 4

- Emailed out on Feb 20th: Homework For Feb 26

- On Wednesday, February 5th, I assigned homework questions due Monday, February 10th either
or emailed to me*in-class*class starts! The questions can be found in the book, specifically at the end of Chapter 10:*before*- Question Block “A”, question 2 plus all the
**odd**questions - Question Block “B”, questions 2 and 4
- Question Block “C”, questions 1, 2, and 3
- Question Block “D”, question 4

- Question Block “A”, question 2 plus all the
- On Wednesday, January 29th I assigned homework questions due Monday, February 3rd before 11:59pm. The questions can be found in the book, specifically:
- Chapter 1, groups 2 and 4
- Chapter 2, groups A and B
- Chapter 3, groups C and E
- Chapter 5, group B (just the even questions), and group E

### Past Lectures:

- Jan 27 – Basic Logical Concepts
- Jan 29 – Starting out with Symbolicization
- Feb 2 – Semantics of Truth-Functional Logic
- Feb 5 – Truth Tables and Sentences
- Feb 10 – Truth Tables and Semantics
- Feb 19 – Natural Dedution in TFL
- Feb 26 – Proof theory for TFL
- Mar 3- Further Proof Theory for TFL Class 11 – Mar 5 – Proof Theory and Strategies
- Mar 5 – Proof Theory and Strategies
- Mar 9 – Soundness and Completeness (plus Midterm Review)