Be precise in your speech. Difficulties in communication are often caused by ambiguity, and a lack of clarity. This chapter should help us get better at defining our terms, and knowing how to decipher well reasoned argument from sloppy imprecise argument.
1. Summarize the basic problems, principles, and methods of Logic.
6. Assess the arguments found in passages of philosophical/psychological literature.
Full Credit: Completes all exercises assigned, and answers most questions with correct answers. Answers illustrate an adequate grasp of the material, and illustrate a satisfactory degree of effort. Formatting is easy to follow, and any writing is coherent and grammatically sound.