Monthly Archives: March 2020

Introductory Logic Course Registration is Open! Special Discount for Supporters/Patrons/Subscribers

Hope you all are having a good weekend. Perhaps for many of us, the weekends aren’t looking too much different from the weekdays during this period? As for me, I’m attending to my thriving strategies of Meat, Meditation, Sleep & Sunshine each day, but I’m still adhering to a somewhat regular weekday/weekend schedule, and it’s about to ramp up a bit, in a good way!

I’m starting the 10-week Introductory Logic course on Tuesday, and I wanted to let you know about a special discount that I’m offering to my Supporters/Patrons and Subscribers: 50% off the registration price.

As I talked about on my show with James on Friday, the regular price of the course is $99.98, but those who are Patrons, Subscribers or Supporters, at the $5/month level or higher, get a special price of $49.99.

How do you become one of those? Pick the option most convenient for you:

The course will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, on Zoom, at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT) for one hour. In addition, I’ll be holding one or more office hours per week, so you can ask questions, and I’ll be sending you an invitation to a special network–not dependent on Facebook or Google!–that will allow us to communicate as a class. Those who are unable to attend classes live will have access to recordings, and I will try to schedule the office hours at a variety of times to make sure everyone who is enrolled has an opportunity to show up and ask questions.

I am using a course textbook, but for participants it is not required, only optional. It’s the latest edition of the standard Copi/Cohen textbook that Leonard Peikoff used, and you can find it here (note that a cheaper electronic edition is also available, but I gather that edition does NOT work on kindle):

If you’d like to learn more about the course, check out the introductory webinar I gave last week:

Once you’re ready to register, just send your registration fee of $99.98 ($49.99 for Patrons/Subscribers/Supporters) to me via and I’ll send you the invite to our class network, plus Zoom link for the live class. Let me know if you if you have any questions.

I look forward to seeing you Tuesday; thank you for your support!


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Today’s “None of the Above”: Facts Don’t Care About Bureaucrats’ Orders

Yes, the title of today’s show was inspired by Ben Shapiro’s “Facts don’t care about your feelings,” and it turns out that Shapiro actually retweeted my tweet promoting today’s episode, which was nice of him! Got a bit more visibility. I hope you enjoy the show and, if you do, please “like” on YouTube and share with your friends. 

Thanks, all, I hope you’re staying well and having some fun at home, too! And to those of you who are still working, maybe on the front lines: thank you and best wishes.

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“Don’t Let It Go”: Selfish Distancing

If you enjoy this show, please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! 

Is “Social Distancing” actually “Selfish Distancing”? Is it proper for government, today, given the facts that we know it, to enforce even a limited shutdown? Can we, should we, make this time at home work to our advantage? This and more on today’s show. 

Here’s the link to join my FREE Introductory Logic Webinar, which I discussed today: 

Webinar participants will get an enrollment discount on the full course, as will my patrons/subscribers/supporters:

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