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If you don't have a syllabus, then raise your hand (and keep it up until we get you one.) Presentation: "Syllabus" Spring 2011 PHI 120 Sections 01-09: MW 10am-10:50am, CB 118 Sections 10-18: MW 1pm-1:50pm, BioSci 107

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Homework Assignments Lecture Homework – Read Ch. 1 of J/H Introductory Logic Answer "review questions," p.22: 1, 4 – 8, 10 (Your answers may be collected in recitation.) Recitation Homework – Typically assigned by recitation instructor Recitations begin Friday Recitations begin Friday

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This is a no computer classroom Please turn off all cell phones and put away computers!

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If you don't have a syllabus, then raise your hand. Presentation: "Syllabus" Since your hand isn’t raised, you, therefore, have a syllabus. ARGUMENTARGUMENT Premises Conclusion Fall 2010 PHI 120

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Bob Sandmeyer, Ph.D. Office – 1429 Patterson Office Tower Contact Information – bob.sandmeyer@uky.edu bob.sandmeyer@uky.edu – ph. 257-7749 My Office Hours M & W: 11am – 12:00pm Tues:2:00pm – 3:00pm (or by appointment) My Office Hours M & W: 11am – 12:00pm Tues:2:00pm – 3:00pm (or by appointment) Early in the week

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Class Web Site Important documents – Syllabus – Recitation Information – Office Hours – Class Handouts – Lecture Presentations http://sweb.uky.edu/~rsand1/phi120/ tilde – rsand -- onephi -- 120 (including recitation instructors’ office hours) (time, place, instructor and email, and syllabus)

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TAKING NOTES IN LECTURE PHI 120

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Printing Presentations

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GRADING PHI 120

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Grading 3 exams= 60% – 20% each of total grade – Administered in the lecture classroom Quizzes/Homeworks = 40% – Administered in recitation sections 20% - quizzes 20% - homework Total=100%

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Attendance Lecture attendance is mandatory – Taken irregularly Recitation attendance is mandatory – Taken regularly

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Attendance Lecture attendance is mandatory – Taken irregularly Recitation attendance is mandatory – Taken regularly Attendance Policy (“extra credit”) Carrot Zero unexcused absences= +3% of total grade One unexcused absence = no penalty Stick For 2 nd and each subsequent unexcused absence: -2% points 7 = 50% deduction of total grade Attendance Policy (“extra credit”) Carrot Zero unexcused absences= +3% of total grade One unexcused absence = no penalty Stick For 2 nd and each subsequent unexcused absence: -2% points 7 = 50% deduction of total grade

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Two Classrooms, One Course Lecture (twice a week) Recitation Section (once a week)

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Two Classrooms, One Course Lecture (twice a week) – Major themes & principles of method – Reading assignments Some exercises assigned for homework – Attendance “quizzes” – 3 Exams: 60% of total score

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Two Classrooms, One Course Lecture (twice a week) Recitation Section (once a week) – Practical instruction – prep for exams Regular homework:20% of grade Quizzes: 20% of grade Attendance

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Grading and attendance questions should be directed to your recitation instructor Two Classrooms, One Course

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Academic Integrity Zero tolerance – If cheating is confirmed, you will fail this class Applies to work done in: Lecture Recitation Applies to work done in: Lecture Recitation

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LETTERS OF ACCOMMODATION PHI 120

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Special Accommodations Letters of Accommodation – Disability Resource Center Disability Resource Center Your job – Coordinate with your recitation instructorrecitation instructor Inform the Recitation Instructor ASAP – Waiting could affect accommodations Let me know Special Needs Regarding Lectures or Presentations Let me know Special Needs Regarding Lectures or Presentations

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Grading, attendance, accommodation issues Dealt with by your RECITATION INSTRUCTOR Grading, attendance, accommodation issues Dealt with by your RECITATION INSTRUCTOR

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THE BOOKS PHI 120

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Books available at UK Bookstore or Kennedy’s Bring Relevant Book To Class!

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LOGIC? PHI 120

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Inference-Logic University Studies Program III. INFERENCE-LOGIC (with Statistics or Calculus Options) Upon completion of the inference-logic requirement, students will be able to: (1) draw reasonable inferences from data, observations, and logical premises; (2) evaluate the quality of an argument or solution; and (3) use principles of formal reasoning to solve problems.

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Inference-Logic University Studies Program III. INFERENCE-LOGIC (with Statistics or Calculus Options) Upon completion of the inference-logic requirement, students will be able to: (1) draw reasonable inferences from data, observations, and logical premises; (2) evaluate the quality of an argument or solution; and (3) use principles of formal reasoning to solve problems. To fulfill the inference-logic requirement, complete one of the following: Any calculus course or STA 200 Statistics: A Force in Human Judgment, PLUS PHI 120 Introductory Logic, or PHI 320 Symbolic Logic I

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Inference-Logic University Studies ProgramUniversity Studies Program (Fall 2009) 1.All UK students must fulfill the inference-logic requirement. 2.If you are enrolled in classes, then you are a UK student. i.You are enrolled in this class. ii.Therefore you are a UK student. 3.Hence you must fulfill the inference-logic requirement. “All” = universal statement “You” = member of the logical class - UK students Argument Diagram General Requirement

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Inference-Logic University Studies ProgramUniversity Studies Program (Fall 2009) 1.All UK students must fulfill the inference-logic requirement. 2.If you are enrolled in classes, then you are a UK student. i.You are enrolled in this class. ii.Therefore you are a UK student. 3.Hence you must fulfill the inference-logic requirement. Argument Diagram Main Conclusion Premises (joint) Intermediate Conclusion Initial Premises

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Inference-Logic University Studies ProgramUniversity Studies Program (Fall 2009) 1.All UK students must fulfill the inference-logic requirement. 2.If you are enrolled in classes, then you are a UK student. i.You are enrolled in this class. ii.Therefore you are a UK student. 3.Hence you must fulfill the inference-logic requirement. Argument Diagram

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Inference-Logic To fulfill the inference-logic requirement, complete one of the following: Any calculus course (MA 113, MA 114, MA 123, MA 132, MA 213, MA 214), or STA 200 Statistics: A Force in Human Judgment, PLUS PHI 120 Introductory Logic, or PHI 320 Symbolic Logic I

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Inference-Logic 1. Either calculus or To fulfill the inference-logic requirement, complete one of the following: Any calculus course (MA 113, MA 114, MA 123, MA 132, MA 213, MA 214), or STA 200 Statistics: A Force in Human Judgment, PLUS PHI 120 Introductory Logic, or PHI 320 Symbolic Logic I...

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1. Either calculus or (statistics and logic) 2. You are not taking calculus 3.Consequently you are taking statistics and logic 4.It follows necessarily you are taking logic 5. Given that all of you are taking logic now, I also infer that some of you have probably already taken statistics.

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1. Either calculus or (statistics and logic) 2. You are not taking calculus 3.Consequently you are taking statistics and logic 4.It follows necessarily you are taking logic 5. Given that all of you are taking logic now, I also infer that some of you have probably already taken statistics. Argument Diagram

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1. Either calculus or (statistics and logic) 2. You are not taking calculus 3.Consequently you are taking statistics and logic 4.It follows necessarily you are taking logic 5. Given that all of you are taking logic now, I also infer that some of you have probably already taken statistics. Argument Diagram Conclusion follows with certainty. Conclusion follows with some degree of probability. What Kind of Inference?

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Homework Assignments Lecture – Read Ch. 1 of J/H Introductory Logic Answer "review questions," p.22: 1, 4 – 8, 10 (Your answers may be collected in recitation.) Homework in recitation – Typically assigned by recitation instructor Recitations begin Friday Recitations begin Friday

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