Logic provides extremely helpful tools for scientists to develop their arguments in a coherent, well-structured and convincing way, enabling them to better plan experiments to support their hypotheses and to better present their results.
In addition to learning how to give more convincing arguments in their publications and in debates, the course will also help participants to identify inconsistencies in scientific reasoning and to judge more accurately whether their own positions are well justified.
The exercises in the course are designed to apply the acquired skills directly to the individual participant’s scientific work.
Dates: 30th June and 1st July. Boths days from 9:30 - 18:00.
Registration is essential. More information and to register here: http://intervals.prbb.org/courses/course/101