Bare Bones Logic

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University Press of America, 1986 - Philosophy - 148 pages
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This concise and easy-to-read textbook provides students with the essential elements of logic normally covered in an introductory course. It helps all readers, from academicians to professionals, to improve their skills in logical and analytical thinking and problem solving.
 

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Contents

IV
1
V
6
VI
7
VII
8
VIII
10
IX
12
X
15
XI
16
XXX
58
XXXI
61
XXXII
65
XXXIII
67
XXXIV
70
XXXV
72
XXXVI
76
XXXVII
83

XII
17
XIII
19
XIV
21
XV
23
XVI
26
XVII
28
XVIII
31
XIX
33
XX
34
XXI
35
XXII
36
XXIII
41
XXIV
42
XXV
45
XXVI
49
XXVII
50
XXVIII
54
XXIX
57
XXXIX
86
XL
91
XLI
97
XLII
99
XLIII
106
XLIV
108
XLV
111
XLVI
115
XLVII
118
XLVIII
120
XLIX
123
L
124
LI
128
LII
131
LIII
135
LIV
147
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\K.H. Seubert is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at La Roche College in Pittsburgh.

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