Introducing logic and critical thinking : the skills of reasoning and the virtues of inquiry / T. Ryan Byerly.

By: Byerly, T. Ryan [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Academic, (c)2017Description: x, 244 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0801030811; 9780801030819Subject(s): Critical thinking -- Textbooks | Logic -- Textbooks | PHI 2610LOC classification: BC71.B993.I587 2017COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://ciu.libwizard.com/f/copyright-requests
Contents:
PART 1 - THE SKILLS OF REASONING: Introduction to Arguments / Deductive Logic / Inductive Logic
PART 2 - THE VIRTUES OF INQUIRY: Internal Virtues / Virtues of Intellectual Dependence / Virtues of Intellectual Dependability.
Summary: "This robust, clear, and well-researched textbook for classes in logic introduces students to both formal logic and to the virtues of intellectual inquiry. Part 1 challenges students to develop the analytical skills of deductive and inductive reasoning, showing them how to identify and evaluate arguments. Part 2 helps students develop the intellectual virtues of the wise inquirer. The book includes helpful pedagogical features such as practice exercises and a concluding summary with definitions of key concepts for each chapter. Resources for professors and students are available through Baker Academic's Textbook eSources." -- !c From publisher's description.
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Research BC71 .B94 2017 (Browse shelf) Not for loan PHI 2610 31923001741467

Includes bibliographical references.

PART 1 - THE SKILLS OF REASONING: Introduction to Arguments / Deductive Logic / Inductive Logic

PART 2 - THE VIRTUES OF INQUIRY: Internal Virtues / Virtues of Intellectual Dependence / Virtues of Intellectual Dependability.

"This robust, clear, and well-researched textbook for classes in logic introduces students to both formal logic and to the virtues of intellectual inquiry. Part 1 challenges students to develop the analytical skills of deductive and inductive reasoning, showing them how to identify and evaluate arguments. Part 2 helps students develop the intellectual virtues of the wise inquirer. The book includes helpful pedagogical features such as practice exercises and a concluding summary with definitions of key concepts for each chapter. Resources for professors and students are available through Baker Academic's Textbook eSources." -- !c From publisher's description.

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