Selected Issues in Logic and Communication
Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1988 - Philosophy - 207 pages
Selected Issues in Logic and Communication is the first anthology to explore the many points of intersection between the realms of critical thinking and modern mass communication. It raises important questions about how the mass media influence thought and considers whether "a free marketplace of ideas" is still a viable concept today.
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