This course is designed to provide students the background of philosophical thinking. To make them aware of logical thinking and clear communication, to acquaint them with the foundation head of all science, to give them the insight in vision to understand the human wisdom.

o INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

• At the end students will learn following:

• Philosophical and logical thinking

• Insights to understand human wisdom

• READINGS

• Introduction to logic

• Deduction by karamut Hussain

• CONTENTS

• What philosophy and why it is worth studying

• Logic: definition, scope and proposition

• The laws of logic

• Deductive reasoning

• Inferences

• Inductive reasoning

• Kinds of induction

• Generalization

• Hypothesis

Readings:

• A critical history of Greek philosophy by W. T. Stall

• Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition.

• Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition.

COURSE SCHEDULE

Week • Topics and Readings

1. • Philosophy and why it is worth studying?

A critical history of Greek philosophy by W. T. Stall

2. • What is logic and its scope, laws of logic

Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Page

3. • Recognizing arguments

4. • recognizing and analyzing argument

5. • The theory of deduction, classes and categorical proposition

6. • categorical argument

7. • test

8. • Mid term

9. • Induction and deduction

Induction by Kramat Hussain

10. • Presentation 1,2

11. • Presentation 3.4.5

12. • Generalization •

13. • logical basis of hypothesis testing

14. • Unstated and stated proposition

15. • Reasoning and hypothesis testing

16. • Inferences

• RESEARCH PROJECT

• ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

section LLB 2019-24 A

Time table

wednesday 11-12.30 Friday 8-9.30

section 2019-24 B

Wednesday 8-9.30

Friday 9.30-11.00

• Write here the distribution of marks. You can choose any or all from below for the purpose.

• Sessional: 20

• Mid-Term: 30

• Final Exam: 50

• Write here the rules and regulation that students have to abide by in your class. Some of these rules, for example, 80% class attendance are standards for the university.

• Students must come in class on time.

• Only those students will allow sit in final term examinations who secure 80 % attendance as per University rules and regulations.

• All students must participate in the sessional marks activities.

• Each student must come in proper dressing in class.

• COURSE SCHEDULE

•

• Week • Topics and Readings • • • BOOKS WITH PAGE NUMBER

• 1. • Philosophy and why it is worth studying? • • • A critical history of Greek philosophy by W. T. Stall 1-15

• 2. • What is logic and its scope, laws of logic • • • Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Page:1-7

• 3. • Recognizing arguments • • • Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Page:11-23

• 4. • recognizing and analyzing argument • • • Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Pag:24-33

• 5. • The theory of deduction, classes and categorical proposition • • • Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Page:168-182

• 6. • categorical argument • • • Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Page:33-45

• 7. • test • • •

• 8. • Mid term • • •

• 9. • Induction and deduction • • • Induction by Kramat Hussain

• 10. • Presentation 1,2 • • •

• 11. • Presentation 3.4.5 • • •

• 12. • Generalization • • • 370-380

• 13. • logical basis of hypothesis testing • • •

• 14. • Unstated and stated proposition • • • Introduction to logic by Irving M. copi, Carl Cohen, Kenneth McMahon fourteenth edition. Page:559-570

• 15. • Reasoning and hypothesis testing • • • Induction by karamut hussain 150-160

• 16. • Inferences • • • 183-190

• RESEARCH PROJECT

• ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

• Write here the distribution of marks. You can choose any or all from below for the purpose.

• Sessional: 20

• Mid-Term: 30

• Final Exam: 50

• Write here the rules and regulation that students have to abide by in your class. Some of these rules, for example, 80% class attendance are standards for the university.

• Students must come in class on time.

• Only those students will allow sit in final term examinations who secure 80 % attendance as per University rules and regulations.

• All students must participate in the sessional marks activities.

• Each student must come in proper dressing in class.