This course is reserved to the students who did not pass the logical part of the self-assessment test administered to them by the State University of Milan prior to their enrolment in the degree course in Giurisprudenza (Law) offered by that university. During this course methods will be taught that will enable the students to solve correctly quizzes in logic of the sort that were administered to them and to improve their ability to find shortcuts for solving and reverse-engineering them.
Expected learning outcomes
- a proper understanding of the basic logical skills and the knowledge of the concepts and key elements of standard logics (such as logical connectives, contradiction, logical implication, probability, etc.); - the ability to apply standard logics to legal cases and legal issues; - the ability to analyze logically and critically legal discourses and reasonings and to identify argumentative fallacies, gaps, or ambiguities; - the ability to correctly communicate and explain logical problems, and their solutions to both specialists and non-specialists; - the appropriate and in-depth skills and techniques for understanding and evaluating the logical validity and the argumentative force of legal reasonings.
Lesson period: Second semester
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