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Imagine someone asks you what you have learned in your logic class and what you found to be the most useful information you learned there. Is it important for people to study logic? What kinds of mistakes might they make without having been exposed to a careful study of reasoning provided by logic?

I did try to answer this. I had a really bad experience in this class, because the teacher was a little harsh on me .To tell the truth I had the hardest time trying to figure out why I was getting all the bad grades. So I really cannot answer as I would or could like. I guess I would say it was not so helpful to me. I really did not understand a lot of the assignments and was hoping someone could help me with this answer and help me elaborate more on it.

  • PHI103 - ,

    Your second paragraph bothers me somewhat. You did not understand a lot of the assignments, but you wonder why you are getting bad grades? Could be, you don't understand the material.

    On the first paragraph: Did you understand the concept of Fallacy? Did you cover generalizations?

  • PHI103 - ,

    Since this is a logic class, you need to use logic to figure out why this class was a failure to you.

    Be specific.
    What concepts did your teacher expect you to learn?
    What prevented you from learning them?
    Analyze your own thoughts about these logical concepts.

  • PHI103 - ,

    I don't know if you'll come back to see about any more replies, but I'll add my two cents anyway. Quit focusing on your emotions and start addressing the questions asked.

    Here are your directions, right?
    Imagine someone asks you what you have learned in your logic class and what you found to be the most useful information you learned there. Is it important for people to study logic? What kinds of mistakes might they make without having been exposed to a careful study of reasoning provided by logic?

    Is there any part of those directions that asks if you had a good or bad experience in the class? Any part that asks if the teacher treated you well? Any part that asks why you think you got the grades you did? No? Well, then scrap all those thoughts and concentrate on the directions themselves:
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    1. what [have you] learned in your logic class and
    2. what you [did you find] to be the most useful information you learned there.
    3. Is it important for people to study logic?
    4. What kinds of mistakes might they make without having been exposed to a careful study of reasoning provided by logic?

  • PHI103 - ,

    thank you for the input

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