In this course—syllabus here—you will learn the formal tools of argument analysis and probability theory and then apply these tools to examine real world questions. The course is divided in four parts:
part 1 – argument analysis and deductive arguments;
part 2 – inductive arguments and probability theory;
part 3 – case study, i.e. the chemical attacks in Syria in 2016 and 2017; and
part 4 – student-run research projects on a topic of choice.
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