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The Many Worlds of Logic

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The Many Worlds of Logic is an online learning resource authored by Paul Herrick, a professor of philosophy at Shoreline Community College in Washington state. Herrick, who holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Washington and has published three books on the subject (including an Introduction to Logic text book published by Oxford University Press), has created this online resource as an instruction tool for educators and as a study tool for students. The website provides a clear overview of logic as a discipline, including the history of logic, the different branches of logic, key vocabulary terms, different types of arguments, and key debates in the field, including "the problem of evil" and "the mind-body problem." This resource is organized into thematic sections that allow visitors to quickly find material of interest. Additionally, in each section, Herrick provides lucid explanations and multiple examples of each key concept. Students, in particular, will be happy to find a number of practice quizzes designed to help with concept review.
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Date of Scout Publication 2016-07-22
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2016/0722

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