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Introduction to Logic: A Complete Text Resource on the World Wide Web to Supplement the Texts

Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble of Hofstra University begin this online textbook by assigning students to prove the existence of God. This leads them to a concise discussion not of faith but of symbolic logic. This resource covers: statements and logical operators; logical equivalence, tautologies and contradictions; the conditional and biconditional; tautological implications and equivalences; rules of inference; and arguments and proofs. Each section is accompanied by exercises, with answers provided to odd-numbered exercises. And while the user might not be able to answer the original assignment after finishing Introduction to Logic, he or she will certainly have a more disciplined idea of how to think about it. Note that navigation is through the colored buttons adjacent to the chapter titles and exercises.
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Introduction to Logic for Liberal Arts and Business Majors: A Complete Text Resource on the World Wide Web
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c1996
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1997-02-14
Date Of Record Creation
2003-04-03 11:43:00
Date Of Record Release
2007-03-19 10:41:03
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