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Thanks very much for this extensive description and evaluation of how the course is going thus far. I'm sure many who are contemplating taking MOOCs, and especially Keith's specifically, will find your report helpful.


Thanks Shecky R. I have added a link in the piece itself to your interview last year with Keith Devlin. Seb Schmoller

Very thorough. Sounds like you're appreciating it so far. I'd be interested to hear what you think of its impact or utility. How might students be able to use what they get from this course?

Robert - in an odd way one of the main things the course focuses on is precision in the use of language, despite its title. But there is more to it than that. If in some work role or for some other course you need to understand propositional logic and boiled down ways of expressing logical statements in "proper" syntax, then the course helps with that as well. Seb Schmoller

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