Simplified course in Logic – Part 2

What you will learn

Logic

Thinking

Understanding

Judgement

Evidence

Arguments

Conviction

Emotional influence

Logical refutation

Logical fallacies

Philosophy

Epistemology

Description

Do you want to think properly?

Are you searching for happiness?

Are you a truth-seeker?

Do you want to win arguments with other people?

Do you like to convince others about your opinions?

Do you hope to influence other people emotionally?

Do you wish to learn about logical fallacies and how to detect them and avoid them?

This course is a simplified course about the rules of logic. It presents the rational and scientific rules of logic, in an easy modern way, with lots of examples from everyday life, and with many intellectual examples too.

In this course, you will learn:

– How to think right

– How to understand things around you


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– How to judge things right

– How to form right evidence

– How to search and approach truth

– How to argue with others and win the argument

– How to convince others about your opinions

– How to influence other people emotionally

– How to detect logical fallacies

– How to refute wrong evidences

– How to apply logic in different situations in life

We can promise you that if you study these rules well, understand them well, and practice them in your everyday life, your life will change in a great way that you have never imagined!

Hope you enjoy the journey with us!

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Content

Introduction

Introduction

Axioms and Demonstration

11- Axioms and Mental Primes
12- Demonstration and Truth
13- Denial of Axioms: Is It Possible ?

Arts of Debates, Conviction and Emotional Influence

14- Dialectic and Arguments
15- Rhetoric and Conviction
16- Poetry, Arts, and Emotional Influence

Fallacies and Refutation

17- Logical Fallacies: Types and Methods of Deceiving
18- Refutation: Types and Rules

Fallacies and Applications about Logic

19- Fallacies about Logic: are the true?
20- Applications of Logic: In Life and Sciences

Bonus Lecture

Bonus Lecture