How do you think logically? This clear, concise, and interactive text will help you master the twelve most essential concepts and skills needed to think logically. These include the Socratic method, logical consistency, the two ways to evaluate arguments, informal fallacies, formal fallacies, scientific reasoning, falsifiability, vagueness, ambiguity, deduction, and induction.
This text is ideal for readers with no background knowledge in logic and philosophy, or for instructors seeking materials to teach logic and critical thinking. Each chapter contains an answer key and enough practice to internalize the concepts and skills.
Paul Stearns is a philosophy professor in the United States.