Introduction to Logic

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Macmillan, 1990 - Logic - 569 pages
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Introduction to Logic is a proven textbook that has been honed through the collaborative efforts of many scholars over the last five decades. Its scrupulous attention to detail and precision in exposition and explanation is matched by the greatest accuracy in all associated detail. In addition, it continues to capture student interest through its personalized human setting and current examples. The 14th Edition of Introduction to Logic, written by Copi, Cohen & McMahon, is dedicated to the many thousands of students and their teachers - at hundreds of universities in the United States and around the world - who have used its fundamental methods and techniques of correct reasoning in their everyday lives.

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User Review  - nmarun - LibraryThing

The book begins with an introduction of the very basic terminology - propositions, premises, and conclusions. It might sound very naive to start this low, but it helped me to refer back to the precise ... Read full review

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A college textbook that was used by many colleges and universities for many years. I still review it from time to time. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
The Uses of Language
65
Fallacies
91
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Carl Cohen is professor of philosophy at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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