*Conducted in terms:*2021/22_Z, 2022/23_Z, 2023/24_Z

*Erasmus code:*14.4

*ECTS credits:*3

*Language:*Polish

*Organized by:*Institute of Psychology

*Related to study programmes:*

# Logic WF-PS-N-LOG

Program content:

1. Preliminary issues: the history of logic, its subject and purpose of teaching.

2. The concept of sign.

3. Syntactic categories of expressions: sentences.

4. Syntactic categories of expressions: names.

5. Name divisions.

6. Scope relations between names.

7. Syntactic categories of expressions: functors and operators.

8. Syntactic analysis of expressions.

9. Syntactic analysis of expressions - 2

10. Propositional calculus - language structure.

11. Propositional calculus - logical tautologies, zero-one method.

12. Zero-one method - 2

13. Inference

14. Concept and classification of reasoning.

15. Types of reasoning.

Term 2021/22_Z:
.Objectives of the course: The aim of the course is to provide students with basic issues in logic, general science methodology and semiotics. The basic assumption in the design of the curriculum was the belief that the great value in the work of a psychologist is the ability to think accurately and logically correctly and to communicate his thoughts. The classes also provide conceptual apparatus necessary during the humanities studies. |
Term 2022/23_Z:
None |
Term 2023/24_Z:
None |

## (in Polish) E-Learning

## (in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych

## Subject level

## Learning outcome code/codes

## Type of subject

## Course coordinators

Term 2023/24_Z: | Term 2019/20_Z: | Term 2020/21_Z: | Term 2022/23_Z: | Term 2021/22_Z: |

## Learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to provide students with basic logic issues. The basic assumption in the design of the curriculum was the belief that an invaluable value in the work of a psychologist is the ability to precisely, logically correct thinking as well as to communicate your thoughts to other people. These classes also provide conceptual apparatus, which is necessary during the humanities studies.

Knowledge: mastering the terms: sentences, sentence variable values, logical conjunction matrices, sentence function, logical tautology, logical result, inference rules, language and meta-language, and KRZ interpretation in natural language.

Skills: Active mastery of the method of checking zero-one formulas of KRZ. The ability to show "sequitur" in deduction.

Competences: A contemporary psychologist should know the logical nature of the language he intends to use as a tool for cognition and therapy. The student of the discussed subject is also required to critically assess the state of his own knowledge and select theoretical data.

## Assessment criteria

Three written tests are foreseen.

## Bibliography

K. Ajdukiewicz, Logika pragmatyczna, Warszawa 1965.

W. Marciszewski (red.), Logika formalna. Zarys encyklopedyczny z zastosowaniem do informatyki i lingwistyki, Wrocław 1987.

W. Marciszewski (red.), Mała encyklopedia logiki, Wrocław 1988.

E. Nieznański, Logika. Podstawy - język - uzasadnianie, Warszawa 2000.

J. Wajszczyk, Wstęp do logiki, Olsztyn 2001.

Z. Ziembiński. Logika praktyczna. Warszawa 1992.

Term 2021/22_Z:
K. Ajdukiewicz, Logika pragmatyczna, Warszawa 1965. |
Term 2022/23_Z:
None |
Term 2023/24_Z:
None |

## Notes

Term 2021/22_Z:
Knowledge of elements of Polish grammar at the high school level and elements of mathematics at the high school level specified for classes with a humanistic profile. |

## Additional information

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