Please see bold below. What "logic language" is this?
It's not worth picking up a philosophy book for the LSAT, unless you're looking to build up your reading skills for RC [Reading Comprehension]. Undergrad philosophy majors learn a logic language for translating arguments that's similar to computer coding. Imo it's not worth learning, as LR [Legal Reasoning] arguments are quite basic, where the main challenge lies in eliminating trap answer choices, not understanding the argument itself.