Last updated 4/2022
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The three timeless disciplines of Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric brought together one clear and concise course.
What you’ll learn
Understanding the fundamental principles of the Trivium educational system.
Understanding the connection between the ancient disciplines of Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric.
Understanding how to structure thoughts, arguments and subjects effectively.
Understanding how to approach any subject with the view of gaining mastery of it.
No skills or experience are needed.
This course explains the fundamental principles of The Trivium system: a system of education which draws upon principles that have been developed since ancient times and were brought together and used for centuries as an effective, all-purpose approach to education and learning.Where other approaches might allow one to gain mastery of a given subject or discipline, The Trivium equips a learning to gain mastery of any subject or discipline by giving them an all-purpose model for learning. The Trivium consists of three parts: Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric and the idea is that if we master the Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric of any subject, we are able to achieve mastery of it. Hence, through learning The Trivium, we are learning about learning as-such, becoming equipped to deal with any and every subject.Grammar refers to the “building blocks” of a subject such as the basic terms, ideas or skills that it builds upon.Logic refers to the “construction” or coherence of a subject; it determines how basic elements should be brought together and ordered. Finally,Rhetoric refers to the “living” or purpose of a subject and it is concerned with how a subjected is effectively conveyed and put to use.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Grammar
Lecture 2 Introduction to Grammar
Lecture 3 The Fundamentals of Grammar
Lecture 4 The Tree of Categories
Lecture 5 The Tree of Porphyry
Lecture 6 Symbols and Ambiguity
Lecture 7 Definitions and Terms
Lecture 8 Propositions
Lecture 9 Table of Propositions
Lecture 10 Summary of Grammar
Section 3: Logic
Lecture 11 Introduction to Logic
Lecture 12 The Fundamentals of Logic
Lecture 13 Relating Propositions
Lecture 14 Opposing Propositions
Lecture 15 Syllogisms and Enthymemes
Lecture 16 Sorites and Epichirema
Lecture 17 Fallacies
Lecture 18 Summary of Logic
Section 4: Rhetoric
Lecture 19 Introduction to Rhetoric
Lecture 20 The Fundamentals of Rhetoric
Lecture 21 Audience and Appeal
Lecture 22 Style and Structure
Lecture 23 The Figures of Rhetoric
Lecture 24 Narrative
Lecture 25 Composition
Lecture 26 Full Body Rhetoric
Lecture 27 Summary of Rhetoric
Section 5: Summary/Conclusion
Lecture 28 Summary of The Trivium
Whilst this course might be of particular interest to students, teachers and parents this course is intended for anyone who is interested in The Trivium system.