AccessEd is partnering with Logic Made Accessible to share an introductory course in the basic principles of logic - the Aristotelian Logic Curriculum - that was developed by researchers and professors from prestigious universities across the globe.
Founded at Columbia University in 2020, Logic Made Accessible aims to make philosophy and logic readily available for those who otherwise would not have exposure to it. The curriculum covers basic properties of terms, propositions, and arguments that equip students with the ability to discern between clear and unclear terms, true and false propositions, and good and bad logical arguments. These distinctions can be applied to any academic or non-academic discipline and lay the foundation for clearer and more compelling reasoning.
Visit the Logic Made Accessible website to download the Aristotelian Logic Curriculum.