Traditional Logic 1

Course Description

Introduction to Traditional Logic is a survey of classical syllogistic logic with an emphasis on basic fundamental aspects of human language which involve Simple Apprehension (the meaning of terms), Judgment (the nature of a proposition), and Deductive Inference (the syllogism).  Such an approach provides the student with an understanding and relationship to ordinary human language.  Likewise, Traditional Logic trains the mind to respect truth, and as the course text states, "assumes a Christian view of truth throughout."

Course Texts
  • Traditional Logic 1 Student Text, Memoria Press
  • Traditional Logic 1 Workbook, Memoria Press
Course Expectations

This class is considered a...

Mini-Workshop

Our Study Skills mini-workshops meet 6 times over the summer.  This class may require a little outside reading and work, but most of the material is practiced within the workshop.  Mini-workshop classes are Pass/Fail and are added to a student's transcript/report card only by request of the parent after the class is complete using this form. Mini-workshops will receive 1.25 credits and will receive the OS (Kolbe Summer Course) designation on the Kolbe transcript. Junior High students taking this class can have it listed on their grade report if requested by the parent.  Mini-workshop classes are not limited to the typical 20 student maximum enrollment.   

Course Details:

Section Number

WCE-LOGIC1-1

Course Title

Traditional Logic 1

Instructor

Dr. Carl Hasler

Grade Level 

Rising 9 - 10

  Live Class Meets  

Three time per week

Dates

 June 27 - July 20

Day(s)

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays

Class Period

5

Time

 11:00 - 11:50 AM PST

2:00 AM - 2:50 PM EST

Tuition

 $399

Course Type

Academic Semester

Credits*

5 (English)

Notes

*Mini-workshop classes are Pass/Fail and are added  to a student's transcript/report card only by request of the parent after the class is complete using this form.