Socratic Logic

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Socratic Logic CourseEdit

Author: Luke Isham

  1. Basic
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced

ContentEdit

Basic.

  1. Logic
  2. The Socractic Grid
  3. An Argument
  4. A term: min and max
  5. A term: clear literal brief
  6. The essence of a term
  7. Fallacies of words
  8. Fallacies of people
  9. Fallacies of terms
  10. Propositions
  11. Testing Propostions: the Square
  12. Arguments
  13. Test


Intermediate

  1. Overview: The Socractic Grid
  2. Terms: categories
  3. Terms: defintions
  4. Terms: essence
  5. Terms: fallacies
  6. Propostions
  7. Square of Opposition
  8. Arguments: detecting them
  9. Arguments: Syllogisms
  10. Major Assessment & Recap
  11. Extension: Induction and Deduction
  12. Test (Major Assessment due)


Advanced

  1. Overview: The Socractic Grid
  2. Philosophy: Epistomological and Metaphysical realism
  3. Terms:Categories and Definitions - Aristole's 10 categories
  4. Terms:Essence - Predicables
  5. Terms:Fallacies - Material Fallacies family tree
  6. Propositions:Square of Opposition
  7. Arguments:How to detect them - structure, key words, types, maps
  8. Arguments:Syllogisms - Socrates, checking for validty
  9. Major Assessment & Recap
  10. Extension: Induction and Causality
  11. Extension: Scientific Method
  12. Test (Major Assessment due)

Course AssessmentEdit

  • Warm-up (Sorting Hat)
  • Quiz /10*10=100
  • Test /50
  • Major Project

Major Project listEdit

  1. Intermediate: Analyse or Create
  2. Advanced: Analyse and Create

Lesson StructureEdit

  • Quiz
  • Hook
  • Key idea
  • Big Picture / Application
  • Practice
  • Prep / Revision
  • Directions