Informal Logic

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Philosophy - 314 pages
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The aim of Informal Logic, Third Edition is to cultivate readers' basic critical, analytical and reasoning skills through the examination of arguments and explanations as they appear in natural language. Unlike traditional logic texts, which are densely laden with symbols and jargon, this book is written in plain English to the utmost extent possible.

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Contents

LANGUAGE
68
FALLACIES
96
DEFINITION
132
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