The Pocket Guide to Critical Thinking
This handy book is a summary and guide to the art of reasoning well in academic pursuits and in everyday life. The Second Edition of Epstein's comprehensive text, CRITICAL THINKING, set a new standard of pedagogical excellence and provided a well-integrated approach to the subject. This brief "pocket guide" provides the same benefits in a trimmed-down fashion, covering the essentials. This latest edition includes revised examples that are more inter-disciplinary in scope.
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