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Damer, T. Edward
Intended for Critical Thinking courses, found primarily in philosophy and English departments, where the emphasis is on learning skills in the construction and evaluation of arguments.This text, the most comprehensive, readable, and theoretically sound book on the common fallacies, is designed to teach students how to construct and evaluate arguments. Throughout, the focus is on helping students recognize when they construct or encounter a good or successful argument of a particular action or belief. This skill is reinforced on every page of the text, from the first three chapters that focus on the criteria for a good argument, through the four major chapters on the fallacies or ways that arguments can go wrong. The whole emphasis is more upon resolving issues than on pointing out flaws in arguments.Damer, T. Edward is the author of 'Attacking Faulty Reasoning A Practical Guide to Fallacy-Free Arguments' with ISBN 9780534217501 and ISBN 0534217508.
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