Applied Logic Concentration (5 course version)

5 Course Concentrations >> Applied Logic

[updated October 2, 2017 - corrected course title for PHIL 357 (new course name); removed bold italics from PHIL 356C - course not on ASSR list for 2017-18 due to size]

Students concentrating in Applied Logic must complete both of the following:

  • One of the following:

in fulfilling the Technical Depth requirement of the Undergraduate Core.

In addition to the courses below, students interested in logic may want to attend the regularly scheduled sessions of the Workshop on Logical Methods in the Humanities. These and other events are noted on the Logic at Stanford website. NOTE: Bold italicized courses have been approved as Advanced Small Seminar Options.

  1. One course emphasizing a computational approach to logic. For example:
  2. One course in set theory. For example:
  3. One additional course in formal semantics. For example:
  4. Two additional advanced courses in logic. For example:

 

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