# Schedule

Readings and homework are assigned for each week. Quizzes are roughly every other week. Homeworks will be posted the week before they are due; you may need to refresh your browser to access the latest ones.

Bryan's Guide to writing better philosophy papers.

Wk | Date | Reading | Homework Due | Quiz |

1 | Aug 31 | Introduction | - | - |

2 | Sep 7 | Labor Day - No Class |
- | - |

3 | Sep 14 | Ambiguity & Vagueness | Homework #1 due | - |

4 | Sep 21 | Deduction & Induction | Homework #2 due | Quiz #1 |

5 | Sep 28 | Statistical Syllogisms | Homework #3 due | - |

6 | Oct 5 | Analogies & Samples | Homework #4 due | Quiz #2 |

7 | Oct 13 ( Tuesday) |
Causal Arguments | Homework #5 due | - |

8 | Oct 19 | Intro to Probability | Homework #6 due | Quiz #3 |

9 | Oct 26 | Using Probability | Homework #7 due | - |

10 | Nov 2 | Confirmation | Homework #8 due | Quiz #4 |

11 | Nov 9 | Intro to deductive systems | Homework #9 due | - |

12 | Nov 16 | Truth, Validity, Soundness | Homework #10 due | Quiz #5 |

13 | Nov 23 | Logic Gates | Homework #11 due | - |

14 | Nov 30 | Ordinary Language | Homework #12 due | - |

15 | Dec 7 | Term Paper Workshop | Homework #13 due | Quiz #6 |

Answers to Even-Numbered Exercises: PDF