8 edition of An introductory logic found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James Edwin Creighton.|
|LC Classifications||BC108 .C87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 520 p.|
|Number of Pages||520|
|LC Control Number||09024683|
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Anybody can do Introductory Logic. Brand new, clean, easy-to-read layout, lots of margin notes for key points and further study, a step-by-step modern method, and exercises for every lesson (plus review questions and review exercises for every unit) all make Introductory Logic the perfect choice for establishing an in-your-bones knowledge of the fundamentals of thinking well.5/5(5).
In "Introductory Logic: Student" one discovers a practical and effective system of logic for students designed to help young people rationally navigate through the maze of irrationality promoted by the post modern worldview/5(13).
Logic is the art of reasoning well--of learning to think God's thoughts after him. In this student text book, James Nance provides homeschoolers with a thorough introduction to logical thought.5/5(1). Introductory Logic. Logic is the art of reasoning well. In this classic logic curriculum, James Nance lays the proper foundation for reasoning from the truth of God, then train students in the crucial skills of defining terms, determining the truth of statements, discerning and constructing valid arguments, identifying informal fallacies, and more.
Introduction to Logic. This book introduces the fundamental methods and techniques of correct reasoning, in a manner that shows the relevance of the topics to readers everyday lives. Many new exercises introduced in this edition help supplement and support explanations, aid in review, and make the book visually stimulating/5.
Logic is the study of the principles of correct reasoning. That is its definition. To be logical is to think rightly, and to draw reasonable conclusions from the available information.
Why does logic matter, and who decides what is the “right” way to think. If two people disagree on whether something is 98%(13).