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I earned a BA in Philosophy from The Colorado College. Logic courses were part of that curriculum. I taught Logic in Prescott, AZ at Yavapai Community College and at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. I also included a section on Logic in the philosophy course I taught at Lake Pend Oreille Alternative High School in Sandpoint, ID. I have recently retired from the Lake Pend Oreille School District where I taught high school math for the past 11 years. The previous 20 years were spent as a professor at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, where I taught history and philosophy in the huma [more]

I have taken logic courses at the college level. These focused on karnaugh mapping and other boolean logic simplification techniques. I have worked with computer logic for over 40 years. Thus involves combinations of circuitry to solve particular problems. This translates directly into "word" logic problems. Hello, My name is Jim. I have worked as a software engineer for over 40 years. This has involved traveling to many places away from home, places such as Connecticut, Washington State, New Mexico, Arizona, Iowa, California, Florida, New York and even Europe. I worked for companies such as [more]

I am pursuing a PhD in Logic and consider it to be my most developed area of study. I am competent in first-order and higher order logic. I have also studied classical and non classical systems of logic as well as the history of logic. I love logic! Hello, My name is Daniel. I grew up in Spokane Washington and attended Lewis and Clark H.S. After graduating in 2011, I moved to Patagonia South America for a few months, then joined AmeriCorps NCCC in 2012. I volunteered with a variety of non-profits in the Southeastern United States and worked with the Red Cross when Hurricane Sandy struck th [more]

I hold a B.A. from The University of Washington in chemistry and have studied and taught logic. I am versed in statements, negations, quantified statements, compound statements, connectives, truth tables for negations, conjunction, disjunction, truth tables for the conditional and biconditional, DeMorgan's Laws and Euler Diagrams. Currently, I am tutoring a blind student in logic. I hold a B.A. in Chemistry from The University of Washington and have been tutoring for over twenty years. I find many students need the one on one tutoring that they do not always receive in school. Learning comes a [more]

I am qualified because of my courses in Philosophy requiring a strong background in logic (Philosophy 201: Logic, Philosophy 304: Advanced Symbolic Logic). Further my math degree required classes that required a mastery of logic (Math 187: Discrete and Foundational Math, Math 309: Number Theory, Math 314 and Math 433: theory of differential equations, and many more). Lastly, I tutored for the Law School Admissions test which has a section specifically on formal logic and I personally scored in the top ten percent of test takers. [more]

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