About Thinking

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Prentice Hall, Jul 1, 1996 - Philosophy - 381 pages
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Concerned with practical problems and matters basic to critical thinking, this volume provides many examples and "doable" exercises that stress the application of logic to situations expressed in ordinary language. It offers rules for improving the quality of thinking—explaining basic concepts such as induction and deduction in clear and simple terms—and briefly touches upon topics like evidence, statistics and language.

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