Logic: Language and Information
UNIB10002 is rated by StudentVIP members:
We don't have any textbooks for this subject yet.
Why don't you be the first?Sell your textbook for UNIB10002
NotesView all UNIB10002 notes
We don't have any notes for this subject yet.
Why don't you list yours first?Sell your notes for UNIB10002
We don't have any tutors for this subject yet.
Why don't you become the first?Become a tutor for UNIB10002
I found this subject very interesting, learning about logic and the relations between ideas. There is undeniably a lot of content crammed into this course, which I loved, but would recommend staying on top of it, it's significantly more fun when you can play with the ideas. The course is divided into propositional logic and predicate logic, first learning the basics of both of the systems, and then their real world applications in Philosophy, Linguistics, Digital Systems and Computer Science. The course is assessed on the basis of quizzes/tests, group projects, and a final exam. I would heavily recommend trying to get a good group for the group assignments. Due to the nature of the course, it's possible top get a very high mark if you know your stuff (i.e. not subjective like an Arts subject). Greg Restall and Jen Davoren are very knowledgeable teachers, though often feel as though they have a lot to get through during the lectures and not much time for questions. However, Greg was more than happy to answer questions after class or during consultation hours, and was very generous with his time.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020
Simply the worst