Philosophy of Logic Part I

Philosophy of Logic Part I

Logic equips individuals with the required skills to identify errors, known as fallacies in an argument. Logic generally studies the relations the mind creates between different products or contents of intellectual knowledge; that is perceptions, propositions and arguments, and seeks to understand the different relations, which arise in the human mind when it knows things

ECTS Credits: 3
Professor: Isaac Mutelo


The term Epistemology comes from the Greek word epistēmē, meaning ‘knowledge’.

Sections of the course 

  1. The first section of the course focusses on the nature and definition of logic through an examination some of its core elements as a branch of philosophy. 
  2. The second section discuss fallacies. 
  3. The third section focus on formal logic.
  4. The fourth section continues the discussion on categorical syllogisms.