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I have a PhD in philosophy, I'm a published academic, and I have 20+ years experience teaching categorical, propositional, predicate, and modal logics. Hi, I'm Greg. I have been teaching writing and critical thinking skills to college and college-bound students since 1997. I have a BA in philosophy from Reed College and a PhD in philosophy from UC, San Diego. I am a philosophy instructor at El Camino College and Rio Hondo College, and I have taught at four different campuses in the Los Angeles Community College District. Previously I spent four years teaching philosophy at UC, San Diego and t [more]

I have a great love for Boolean and First-Order Predicate Logic. I have studied logic several times in both philosophy and mathematics courses, but most notably, I took a class in college on mathematical logic which concluded with a proof of The Soundness and Completeness Theorem of First-Order Predicate Logic and an in-depth examination of the Incompleteness Theorem of Arithmetic. I can help you understand deductions, argumentation, and model interpretations and extensions. I would need a refresher on model theory, the Compactness Theorem, and LST Theorem before I could tutor graduate-level l [more]

I've helped several students better understand logic materials for their school subjects, from a student taking logic for her community college math requirement, to writing logical reasoning elements into the curriculum for an entire Southern California junior debate league (with over 500 students enrolled). I have experience teaching the basics of symbolic logic and propositional logic (conditional statements / if -- then / truth tables / atomic symbols), basic logic "language" (^ in / & out etc.), as well as more applied logic (LSAT logical reasoning multiple choice, the use of logical fall [more]

Logic is a subject I've studied on a number of occasions, especially during my undergraduate math studies at Dartmouth College where I majored in math. One course was completely devoted to that subject. I also have three graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison: an MA in math, an MBA and a PhD in Business Quantitative Analysis. In addition I've had significant teaching experience having taught at the high school and college level. This graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Wisconsin, Madison is a patient and excellent tutor who is well versed in a wide variet [more]

Logic appears to be the study of Boolean algebra and matters that are either true or false. In pure math, logicians are considered one of the most difficult pursuits. What makes logic so interesting is that it is often counter-intuitive, demanding a careful and formal development to get the right answer. Most of my experience with logic comes from computer programming, where physical and mathematical scenarios have to be fully and properly described in code. Many times, I have tried something that didn't work, only to find that the formal logic is much more subtle and complicated than I [more]

I took symbolic logic in College and scored an A. I am also an embedded systems programmer, so I work with logic gates and strict patterns of reasoning all of the time. If you have no one else, I am sure that I could help students studying logic. Learning is hard work, but it can also be fun. The harder, and more prepared both the student and the tutor are for the session the more productive that session will be. My greatest strengths are computers, electronics, and mathematics, but I am also a huge history buff, and my English Language skill are impeccable. I was a high school math teacher fo [more]

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