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Introduction to Logic

Item #: 27080 

Logic and critical thinking skills are important for all students. A semester of credit for Introduction to Logic may be given upon completion of this easy-to-use two-book set.

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Logic and critical thinking skills are important for all students, but the textbooks are often dry and intimidating. Finally, there is a solution! The Fallacy Detective and The Thinking Toolbox are written from a Christian perspective with a friendly, humorous style by two homeschooled brothers. A semester of credit for Introduction to Logic may be given upon completion of this easy-to-use two-book set, which includes:

  • The Fallacy Detective by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn (Christian Logic, 2003). Thirty-six lessons on how to recognize bad reasoning, covering the topics of opposing viewpoints, logical fallacies (such as red herring, ad hominem, and straw man), making assumptions, statistical fallacies, and propaganda techniques.
  • The Thinking Toolbox by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn (Christian Logic, 2003). Thirty-five lessons for building reasoning skills in the areas of thinking, opposing viewpoints, and science.

ELECTIVES

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Logic

Nathaniel Bluedorn & Hans Bluedorn

ISBN: 9780974531533

The Fallacy Detective by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn (Christian Logic, 2003). Thirty-eight lessons on how to recognize bad reasoning, covering the topics of opposing viewpoints, logical fallacies (such as red herring, ad hominem, and straw man), making assumptions, statistical fallacies, and propaganda techniques.

25.00
Each

Nathaniel Bluedorn & Hans Bluedorn

ISBN: 9780974531519

The Thinking Toolbox by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn (Christian Logic, 2003). Thirty-five lessons for building reasoning skills in the areas of thinking, opposing viewpoints, and science.

25.00
Each