Learn Logic

by Robert David Wright

Learn Logic is specifically designed for those who have little or no knowledge of the science of logic. It introduces the reader to all the necessary fundamentals of logic, intentionally inspiring interest in the numerous components of logic and their application. Learn Logic gives a complete definition of logic, discusses its history, language and methods, and introduces its forms of analysis as well as the fallacies that can occur in reasoning. Simply reading Learn Logic will improve anyone's ability to think more clearly. This course in logic provides all the necessary basics in preparing students for studying advanced courses in logic and/or any introductory class on any other topic. Studying the science of sciences--logic--will profoundly improve one's ability to reason, study, and learn any subject.
 

Table of Contents:

1. Definitions of Logic
2. History of Logic

3. Logic and Language
4. Logic and Reasoning
5. Syllogistic Log and Venn Diagrams
6. Fallacies of Reasoning
7. Branches of Logic
8. Inductive Logic

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