Rhode Island College

2020-2021 Catalog


PHIL 220 Logic and Probability in Scientific Reasoning

Natural and social sciences require probabilistic reasoning, with special logical features. This course studies general principles of logic, special principles of probabilistic reasoning, their scientific applications, and common probabilistic fallacies.

Credits

4 credit hours.

Prerequisite

Completion of any Mathematics or Natural Science general education distribution.

Offered

Fall, Spring.

General Education Category

Advanced Quantitative/Scientific Reasoning.