30 avr. 2018
2.good exercises and interesting puzzles
2. need more examples
18 janv. 2018
excellent teaching, detailed analysis, interesting theories, mind blowing facts, all in all it was my best experience online
par Kaushal M•
3 sept. 2017
Really good course on logic. It explains everything without dumbing it down, however, that also means that the course gets really hard at times and I wish there were more examples as I felt a bit unprepared for the assignments, which were really hard. Also, there are no video lectures so be prepared to do a lot of reading. But if you are truly interested in basic logic, you will learn a lot from this course!
par Alex W•
18 août 2018
A pain if completing this course when the session not started yet. Without forum talking about solutions to exercise, usually in some exercises you could only stare at the screen for several hours, fell in deep despair, and eventually came up an answer by luck. Not a good experience, but the material is good though, if not considering the difficutly of understanding the text in the later lessons
par Tage M•
15 janv. 2017
Great introduction to logic.
One thing I'd have appreciated to see is a set of accompanying recorded video lectures. My experience is that I find it easier in term of efforts and faster in term of time to absorb taught concepts when I engage both my hearing and sight senses while watching a lecture than reading only.
par Chunping X•
8 mars 2021
The course is well structured and I've learned some valuable concepts of logic. That said there're two thing I thought could be made better.
In some chapters, it's short of examples as explanation.
No introduction of how to use Fitch tool that could cause frustration for some who are new to it.
par Sihyung L•
31 mai 2020
Some concepts in Week 9 were not very understandable, but other weeks were good. I thank all who have contributed and prepared this course. I wish that in the next version of this course, there are some exercises using real-world logic tools, such as SAT solvers.
par Ian A•
3 mars 2017
This is a really good course. My only issue was I found some of the weeks quite a bit harder than others. It was helpful to look at the notes for each week in advance to figure out which ones would be tougher and allow for that.
par David G M•
22 avr. 2020
I struggled real hard with some proofs. The main problem was the lack of examples or tutorials on how to use the rules of inference. Perhaps one or two videos could help??
par Yiye D•
16 juin 2017
Somehow difficult in the last several weeks. As almost all the materials are all in words, students may sometimes feel bored seeing all lines and complex tables.
par Samuel O•
24 avr. 2019
I feel like some things could have been explained better, maybe a better description of how the fitch tool worked. Other than that, it was a great course!
par Chatziiosifidis A•
11 sept. 2017
Very interesting course
But some parts are not just to technical but rather for technicians and not for persons looking more into the theoretical aspects
par Supinder S•
5 mai 2019
Course is fine but there isn't much material for INTRODUCTION. Good Math Skills Required.
par Jakob V•
24 janv. 2017
Videos to explain the materials would be much more useful than how it is right now...
par Krzysztof M•
5 mars 2018
The Fitch tool can be easily hacked if now premise are in the task. Please fix this!
par Francisco J M M•
17 nov. 2016
This has been a very interesting course, introducing the basic of logic reasoning.
par Kit H M•
25 janv. 2019
The course is great, but the grading system is always broken.
11 déc. 2017
6 oct. 2017
A little difficult to understand.
7 janv. 2017
par Dhruv A•
1 sept. 2020
Quite engaging for a predominantly text-based course. However, what I struggled with towards the end was determining application areas for the theory that I was going through. After completing the proofs of Week 8, I lost momentum and the drive to want to imbibe more theory without any outlet for application. This is obviously not to say that there aren't application areas. However, the course can do more to communicate those to the students.
par Eugenio L•
20 août 2018
I have found it not extremely clear in the latter part of the course, perhaps more examples would help. Most of the section 1 to 9 (from propositional logic to relational logic and Herbrand logic) are quite clear and straight-forward. An historical background of who, when and why theories and computing methodologies were elaborated would certainly increase interest.
par Roger C•
1 déc. 2016
I love the content overall. However, I'm very disappointed that there are no video lectures at all. Ironically, I could find some old video lectures of this course on YouTube. The difficulty of this course warrants video lectures to convey many concepts and techniques, such as the Fitch system.
Hopefully you can add video lectures back to this course.
par Soledad A•
6 juin 2021
As someone who learns by doing I found the lack of examples to explain certain concepts really frustrating, and whenever examples were provided they were usually really simplistic compared to the graded exercises that we were expected to solve. It was also really difficult (impossible) to get answers from mentors in the discussion forums.
par Anas M•
19 avr. 2018
Video demonstrations would have been more helpful. I like to feel engaged, lectured to and encouraged to communicate with fellow students. I feel that this class really helped me a lot, but then I began to lose interest very quickly because of its format.
par Luis J•
20 avr. 2019
Unfortunately there are several problems with the external tool, although the course is very complete, the presentations of the slides are very short, they would need more development, to be more friendly with the reader.
par Digby D•
12 déc. 2017
A solid entry-level course about Formal Logic. May be more enticing to students intimidated by the more math-based approach of Intro to Mathematical Thinking (also by Stanford University).