**Logical Reasoning**

by Bradley Dowden

**Publisher**: California State University Sacramento 2020**Number of pages**: 599

**Description**:

College level critical thinking textbook with solved exercises. Topics: Identifying claims, issues, arguments, and explanations. Ambiguity and vagueness. Information and fake news. Writing to convince others. Detecting fallacies. Inconsistency. Deductive and inductive reasoning. Venn diagrams.

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