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1 Deccan Education Society s FERGUSSON COLLEGE, PUNE (AUTONOMOUS) SYLLABUS UNDER AUTONOMY FIRST YEAR B.A. LOGIC SEMESTER I Academic Year

2 Department: PHILOSOPHY Deccan Education Society s FERGUSSON COLLEGE, PUNE Scheme of Course Structure (Faculty of Arts) LOGIC Semester Name of Paper Title of Paper No. of (YSP) Credits F.Y. B.A. Theory Paper - 1 Logical Reasoning: Indian and Western 3 Sem I (LOG1101) F.Y. B.A. Theory Paper - 2 Symbolic Logic: Elementary 3 Sem II (LOG1201)

3 F.Y. B.A. Logic Semester I Objectives: LOG1101 Logical Reasoning: Indian and Western i. To introduce Logic as an academic subject ii. To introduce fundamental concepts in the process of reasoning iii. To provide a historical background for Indian and Western Logic iv. To introduce Syllogistic Logic in both, Indian as well as western context. Unit I 1.1. What is Logic? Why study Logic? 1.2. A brief history of Logic 1.3. Understanding Basic Concepts: Argument, Inference, Proposition, Truth, Validity and Soundness 1.4. Deductive and Inductive Inferences 1.5. Logical Reasoning in the Indian Tradition: Methods of argumentation 1.6. Introduction to Nyaya Epistemology Unit II 2.1. Traditional Classification of Propositions: Hypothetical, Disjunctive and Categorical 2.2. Nature and Classification of Categorical Propositions 2.3. Mediate and Immediate Inferences: Opposition as an Immediate Inference (Square of Opposition) 2.4. Conversion, Obversion and Contraposition 2.5. Mediate Inferences: Categorical Syllogism: Syllogistic Rules and Fallacies 2.6. Venn Diagram technique for proving validity of Syllogisms Unit III 3.1. Other Mediate Inferences: Disjunctive and Hypothetical Syllogisms: Rules and Fallacies 3.2. Dilemma: Simple and Complex, Refutation and Rebuttal 3.3. Nature of Panchavayavi Vakya 3.4. Nyaya Anumana: Concepts of Hetu, Sadhya, Paksha and Vyapti 3.5. Classification of Anumana Unit IV 4.1. Fallacies: Nature and Classification 4.2. Understanding Informal Fallacies: Petitio Principi, Ignoratio Elenchi (Baculum, Hominem, Misericordium, Verecundium, Ignoratium, Populum), Division, Composition, Accident, Converse Accident Hetvabhasas: The fallacies of the Nyaya theory of Inference Books for Reference: 1. Introduction to Logic, by Irving Copi, Karl Kohen and Kenneth M cmohan, 14 th Edition, Relevant Chapters 2. An Introduction to Indian Philosophy, Dhirendramohan Datta and Satishchandra Chatterjee

4 Deccan Education Society s FERGUSSON COLLEGE, PUNE (AUTONOMOUS) SYLLABUS UNDER AUTONOMY FIRST YEAR B.A. LOGIC SEMESTER II Academic Year

5 F.Y. B.A. Logic Semester II Objectives LOG1201 Symbolic Logic: Elementary i. To acquaint students with symbolic Logic. ii. To introduce techniques of decision procedure and formal proof of Validity iii. To introduce preliminary Set theory. Unit I 1.1. Need for Symbolic Logic 1.2. Modern Classification of Propositions: Simple and Compound; Truth Functionally and Non- Truth Functionally Compound 1.3. Types of Truth Functions; Symbolization of Propositions 1.4. Exercises in Symbolization Unit II 2.1. Understanding the Basic Truth-functions 2.2. Methods of Decision Procedure: Truth-table, Shorter Truth-table and Truth-tree 2.3. Determining Propositions as Tautologies, Contradictory and Contingent Unit III 3.1. Proving Validity: Deductive Proof 3.2. Rules of Inference and Rules of Replacement 3.3. Conditional and Indirect Proof Methods 3.4. Proving Invalidity Unit IV 4.1. Introduction to Set Theory 4.2. Definitions and Nature of: Sets, elements of sets, sub-set, proper sub-set, null-set, universal sets, compliment of set, identity of sets 4.3. Modes of specifying sets: listing, defining Basic operation on sets: union, intersection, complementation. Books for Reference: 1. Introduction to Logic, by Irving Copi, Karl Kohen and Kenneth M cmohan, 14 th Edition 2. Pattrick Suppees (Chapter on Set Theory)

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COURSE TITLE: LOGIC COURSE CODE: PYB 551 UNIT - I 1. Deduction and Induction; Premises and Conclusions 2. Basic Function of Language; Discourse serving multiple functions; types of definition 3. Fallacies