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In addition to taking symbolic logic while in college, I have a BA in mathematics with an additional concentration in computer science. The technical side of my professional career encompasses business, technical and system software development as well as, most recently, predictive analytics. All of these require a strong understanding of theoretical and applied logic. I am a graduate of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA with a bachelors in mathematics, and additional concentrations in computer science, business and psychology. I completed a significant portion of the coursewor [more]

I have a BS degree in Math from Michigan State U, a Master's in Computer Systems from Air Force Institute of Technology, and completed PhD coursework in Geophysics at U.C. Berkeley. Although I haven't taught any students in Logic, my years as a computer programmer for the US Air Force made me amply familiar with the vagaries of logic (and how easy it was to get it wrong). At one point, I programmed database selection logic using an easy for the user to understand method I invented myself, rather than using the common Polish select notation. At other times, I helped users build email sieves [more]

I have advanced degrees in Electrical Engineering. Digital systems design and management is based on the Boolean algebra and symbolic logic. I applied the principles during eight years as an electrical engineer at one of the premier design centers in the world. In addition, I have taken multiple courses in logic both mathematical and philosophical. I am an adjunct professor and am well-versed in the pedagogical methods needed to tutor this discipline. I'm an expert in working with students to develop skills and to understand concepts. My expertise is especially strong in problem solving, [more]

I have studied Formal Logic in both High School and at Saint Mary's College. During this time I spent a lot of time helping my fellow students gain competency and proficiency. Aside from directly studying Logic, my studies have always been of a logical nature, especially in college. I studied the Geometries of Euclid, Ptolemy, and Descartes which are focused on the logical structure of proofs. And I assisted students as I did with Formal Logic. I graduated with a major in Philosophy with a thesis that my adviser, Prof. Steven Cortright, called "One of the best theses he has read in twenty yea [more]

I studied philosophy for many years as an undergraduate and graduate student. I have taken courses in basic logic. I have taught logic as a part of Critical Thinking courses. I have taught several college-level courses in philosophy and served as a teaching assistant for many more. I also have experience working as a writing center associate and a tutor. Philosophy is my passion and I genuinely enjoy helping others understand it better. I have a BA in philosophy and psychology, an MA in philosophy, and until recently I was pursuing a PhD in philosophy at Brown University. All in all I can [more]

I learned formal logic as part of my mathematical education and I additionally studied the use of logic as part of set theory and computer science. Logic supports the understanding of basics and limitations of theories like math, sciences, and philosophy. I hold a M.S. in Mathematics and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Over time I have been working at universities in Germany and France, at research labs and a company in Germany and the US. I have been teaching math and computer science as a tutor and lecturer in multiple countries at high schools, bo [more]

I was a teaching assistant for formal and material logic in the spring of 2016 at Zaytuna College. I also tutored for both classes in 2015. Hey! My name is John, I'm a graduate of St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and, most recently, Zaytuna College in Berkeley, California. I love learning and teaching! My history with education has been mixed. Before the third grade, I was not able to read due to an undiagnosed eye problem. Luckily, I was seen by a school psychiatrist that noticed my difficulty with, "words flying off the pages," so that by the end of the third grade, after m [more]

I have years of experience tutoring, including tutoring philosophy. I also received an A+ in my introduction to formal logic course, a score that required me to earn a curved score above 100%. I have an intuitive and comprehensive understanding of Semantic, Syntactic, and Predicate logic as well as significant experience with Modal logic. Hi, I'm Mike. I've been a professional tutor since September of 2011, teaching English and mathematics to children from third to eighth grade and test prep, composition, comprehension, and mathematics (through pre-calculus) and organization and study skills t [more]

I have a BA in Mathematics from UC Berkeley, where I also did Physics and Computer Science. My specialty was Logic, Foundations, and Metamathematics. For over 2000 years, Logic was the study of how to win arguments, as taught by the ancient Greeks. ("All men are mortals. Socrates is a man. Therefore Socrates is a mortal.") Then, around the year 1900, mathematicians started to realize that the subject could be greatly expanded, that there were gaps in it as it had been taught, and that it was fundamental not just to argument but to all of mathematics and ... well, EVERYTHING! In the 20 [more]

I have my bachelor of science in electrical and computer engineering from the University of California, Davis. The major involves heavily on logic background. I have also taken the related courses for the logic both at UC Davis, and Diablo Valley College(DVC), Pleasant Hill, CA campus. I have graduated with double major in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC Davis. Ever since I took math class at elementary school, I loved learning math. I was always the first person in the class to raise my hand to answer the teacher questions. I was so curious in learning multiple ways of approaching [more]

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