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Saturday lecture and forum

The Philosopher’s Toolkit: How to Be the Most Rational Person in Any Room
Teachco course number 4253
Professor Patrick Grim, State University of New York at Stony Brook
24 lectures: June[masked] - November[masked]

Each 30 min video lecture is followed by one hour long moderated discussion. Attendance is open. New members are welcome!

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  • Jon R.

    The following are links to materials related to our meetup of Jul. 20:

    Set theory, Wikipedia article.
    Set algebra
    Model theory
    Cantor set
    Modus ponens and modus tollens
    Equivalence relation
    Automated theorem proving
    Inductive reasoning
    Mathematical model
    Mathematical modeling in a real and Complex World
    Inductive Logic
    Mathematical induction

    Logical Fallacies
    Propaganda Techniques
    Emotional reasoning
    Reason and emotion: A note on Plato, Darwin, and Damasio

    Conservation of Information

    Grand jury

    1 · July 20, 2013

    • Kim

      Looks like I missed a lot. Thank you for the list.

      July 20, 2013

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