This course will not be offered for Fall '21 - Spring '22

High School Logic 2: Modal Logic

This course offers a more advanced treatment of modal logic, the philosophy of possibility and necessity, building on the foundation laid at the end of spring semester in CLRC Introduction to Logic. Particular attention will be given to Alvin Plantinga's ontological argument and his free will response to the problem of evil.

Prerequisite: CLRC Introduction to Logic or the equivalent. If you have not taken the CLRC course, please contact the instructor before enrolling.

Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.

“REGISTER” buttons for 2018-2019 will become active on 7 February 2018.


Prerequisites: High School Logic I: Introduction to Logic or equivalent. If you have not taken the CLRC course, please contact the instructor before enrolling.
Instructor:  Patricia Slatin, Ph. D.
Age Level:  16 - 18 years (high school juniors and seniors)
Minimum Enrollment Required: 4
Maximum Class Size: 15
Tuition per Semester:  $360

Spring Registration is Open

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Patricia Slatin, Ph.D.

Patricia Slatin received her Ph.D. in Classics from the University of California at Berkeley in 2005, with a focus on ancient philosophy, particularly Platonic metaphysics and theology. Thereafter she served as visiting assistant professor at Georgetown University (2007-2009) and postdoctoral teaching fellow at Stanford (2009-2013); recently she taught history and Greek at St. John's Orthodox Academy in San Francisco and Biblical Greek at the San Francisco Theological Seminary. Beyond teaching, Patricia enjoys spending time with her cat, walking in the hills of western Iowa, and volunteering at a local nature preserve.


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Introductory Modal Logic