Introduction to Logic (14th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2010
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This book is for a philosophy class about Logic, reasoning, Aristotle; various topics under this subject. It is a great book, full of examples that help make it easy to understand. The examples it gives and step-by-step instructions for formulating an argument are great.read more
The most interesting thing I learned in this book was the different types of arguments; I did not know there were so many.
I used this book for my Introduction to Logic class in college. This class was both a historical examination of philosophers but also a course in practical applications. We spent time studying Aristotle but also performing proofs of validity.read more
This book has SO many INCREDIBLE examples and practice problems. I would not have passed the course if I had not had so many great opportunities to practice.
The book is very informative. However, I thought it used flowery and advanced wording for a introductory course. I found it very hard to read. I often had to reread sections just to grasp the basic context.read more
I was required to purchase this textbook for a course called Introduction to Logic. It is considered a philosophy credit.
A superb text. I was a philosophy major many, many years ago, and bought the book to reaquaint myself with the topic. Well written. There is a reason 'Copi' is the standard textbook in introductyory logic. It's no wonder Copi (and his successors) are likely the only people ever to have many any money writing a book on philosophy!read more
The book was my reintroduction to logic. It is not for those who need a text in heavy duty symbolic logic or computer-related logic. The introduction to logical fallacies is useful for evaluating the arguments thrown at one by pundits, politicians and their ilk.
Pub Date: 2010