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Task 1

Question 1. What is the Latin word «loqos»?

1) thought;

2) the dispute;

3) the formula;

4) philosophy;

5) action.

Question 2. Who was the founder of logic as a science?

1) Plato;

2) Socrates;

3) Aristotle;

4) Kant;

5) Hegel.

Question 3: Which section is not included in the modern logic?

1) mathematical logic;

2) formal logic;

3) dialectical logic;

4) theoretical logic;

5) inductive logic.

Question 4. What section logic can be called the science of forms and laws of correct thinking and operations?

1) mathematical logic;

2) formal logic;

3) dialectical logic;

4) theoretical logic;

5) inductive logic.

Question 5. Insert the missing words: "Logic - is a normative science of the forms and techniques ... carried out with the help of language."

1) conscious activity;

2) physical activity;

3) colloquial activity;

4) cognitive activity;

5) a philosophical work.

Task 2

Question 1. What has the rational knowledge?

1) the abstract;

2) generalization;

3) targeted;

4) Verbal;

5) all of the above.

Question 2. Which language is not natural?

1) Russian;

2) English;

3) Esperanto;

4) Greek;

5) Japanese.

Question 3. Which language is not artificial?

1) Morse code;

2) Esperanto;

3) musical notation;

4) Latin;

5) graphic portrayal of area.

Question 4: Which set of concepts the name "brownie" will not be a blank?

1) people;

2) fairy tales;

3) all the houses in your city;

4) many houses of books;

5) for all of the sets will be imaginary.

Question 5. Which of the following signs is descriptive?

1) right-angled triangle;

2) Star;

3) student;

4) the convicted person;

5) Act.

Activity 3

Question 1. Which of the following statements is formed by a single functor?

1) logic - the science;

2) is not true that Ivanov is guilty;

3) the rain and cold;

4) if the street is dark

Question 1. What is the Latin word «loqos»?

1) thought;

2) the dispute;

3) the formula;

4) philosophy;

5) action.

Question 2. Who was the founder of logic as a science?

1) Plato;

2) Socrates;

3) Aristotle;

4) Kant;

5) Hegel.

Question 3: Which section is not included in the modern logic?

1) mathematical logic;

2) formal logic;

3) dialectical logic;

4) theoretical logic;

5) inductive logic.

Question 4. What section logic can be called the science of forms and laws of correct thinking and operations?

1) mathematical logic;

2) formal logic;

3) dialectical logic;

4) theoretical logic;

5) inductive logic.

Question 5. Insert the missing words: "Logic - is a normative science of the forms and techniques ... carried out with the help of language."

1) conscious activity;

2) physical activity;

3) colloquial activity;

4) cognitive activity;

5) a philosophical work.

Task 2

Question 1. What has the rational knowledge?

1) the abstract;

2) generalization;

3) targeted;

4) Verbal;

5) all of the above.

Question 2. Which language is not natural?

1) Russian;

2) English;

3) Esperanto;

4) Greek;

5) Japanese.

Question 3. Which language is not artificial?

1) Morse code;

2) Esperanto;

3) musical notation;

4) Latin;

5) graphic portrayal of area.

Question 4: Which set of concepts the name "brownie" will not be a blank?

1) people;

2) fairy tales;

3) all the houses in your city;

4) many houses of books;

5) for all of the sets will be imaginary.

Question 5. Which of the following signs is descriptive?

1) right-angled triangle;

2) Star;

3) student;

4) the convicted person;

5) Act.

Activity 3

Question 1. Which of the following statements is formed by a single functor?

1) logic - the science;

2) is not true that Ivanov is guilty;

3) the rain and cold;

4) if the street is dark

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