Deductive arguments are supposed to be valid in the sense that the premises guarantee that the conclusion is true. In this course, you will learn how to use truth-tables and Venn diagrams to represent the information contained in the premises and conclusion of an argument so that you can determine whether or not the argument is deductively valid.
About this Course
- 5 stars56.42%
- 4 stars29.32%
- 3 stars7.26%
- 2 stars4.18%
- 1 star2.79%
TOP REVIEWS FROM THINK AGAIN II: HOW TO REASON DEDUCTIVELY
Would've liked more on the truth table of the conditional.
Compared to Think Again I, this II is more abstract and difficult. it takes more time to grasp the knowledge. and there are still things that I am confused about, despite having passed the final quiz.
harder than the first course, but so great. Thanks!
A good continuation of Think Again I. However, final quiz had lots of bugs in it.
About the Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking Specialization
Frequently Asked Questions
When will I have access to the lectures and assignments?
What will I get if I subscribe to this Specialization?
Is financial aid available?
Will I receive a transcript from Duke University for completing this course?
More questions? Visit the Learner Help Center.