The Philosophy Department is offering the Pre-Law program an in-depth four-day FREE workshop series to practice formal logic and apply it to LSAT questions! This is an excellent opportunity to practice your logic skills for anyone planning to the LSAT. Take the opportunity to practice your logic skills with Philosophy professors Dr. Bruce Glymour and Dr. Graham Leach-Krouse.
The four sessions from 4:00 – 6:00 PM in Dickens 203 include:
- Monday, April 8 – Translations and Truth Tables: A great place to start if you have not had much exposure to logic classes! This session is required if you plan to attend later sessions and have not taken any formal logic classes.
- Tuesday, April 9 – Logic Puzzles: Learn how to work through logic games like those on the LSAT! From fun puzzles to complex analytical reasoning, this session is perfect for LSAT practice.
- Wednesday, April 10 – Argument Patterns: In this session, work through constructing and parsing arguments efficiently. Strengthen the skills necessary for success in logical reasoning on the LSAT!
- Thursday, April 11 – Models and Modality: Develop your understanding of a speaker's or a writer's attitude towards the world. This session works toward defining ability, possibility, permission, and obligation in our society.
This is an excellent opportunity to build up the skills and strategy needed to better tackle LSAT problems and learn more about the types of problems you will encounter on the LSAT.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to save your spot if you would like to attend!
Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 4:00pm to 6:00pm