A Guide to Good Reasoning, Volume 1

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McGraw-Hill College, 1999 - Logic - 482 pages
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Contents

What Makes an Argument
28
PART
65
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER THREE
87
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Trevor Wilson is Canada's leading consultant specializing in diversity management and employment equity. He is the President of TWI INc. His firm's clients include some of North America's largest and most progressive employers, including: IBM, Nortel, Ernst and Young, SHL/MCI Systemhouse and Bell Canada. Wison also won a world-wide search to work on a major diversity educational project for one of South Africa's largest employers, South African Brewery (SAB). Before founding TWI Inc. in 1996, Trevor Wilson was the President of Omnibus Consulting. Trevor has held several posts in the Ontario government, advising on issues of multiculturalism, race relations and human rights. He has been active in community affairs, serving on the City of Toronto Mayor's Committee on Race Relations, as Vice-President of Government Affairs for the African-Canadian Entrepreneurs, as well as the board of directors for the United Way of Greater Toronto. Trevor has been profiled often by the media, including the "Financial Post Magazine, Venture, "the "Toronto Star "and the "Globe and Mail.

" Mary Ann Sayers, former Organizational Development Manager for Coca-Cola Beverages Ltd., has over seventeen years of marketing, advertising, and communications experience. Her clients have included such major corporations as Coca-Cola Beverages Ltd., Manulife Insurance, Mary Kay Cosmetics, and Vickers & Benson Advertising. She has a degree in Journalism and a background in Human Resource Management.

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