Major Adam Couchman
Explore foundational skills of critical thinking and writing for use in the study of theology and related disciplines.
It is designed to equip the student in the evaluation and construction of theological ideas through the appropriation of the principles of logic and reasoning. The skills developed will include the analysis and construction of sound arguments, identifying and avoiding logical fallacies, writing with clarity, and distinguishing between weak sense and strong sense critical thinking.
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Mid-year enrolments are now open.
This unit is due to run in semester 2, 2019. To find out more about the unit, enrolments, or to make an appointment to meet with a course advisor, please contact the College.
Interesting question: How does the university decide, amongst all the units on offer, which units it will promote in this way, and which it does not?
Great question! Each of our Colleges have been given the opportunity to put forward some units to be featured on Vox during July.