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Logic primer

Web Feet summary: The authors of Logic Primer take great pains to point out that the book is best used as a companion piece to the study of logic in the classroom under the direction of a teacher. However, the four chapters featured at this site on the Web server of Texas A & M University's Philosophy Department offer a helpful introduction to some of the basic concepts of logic, including premises, argument, validity, and conclusion. Also explored here are complex concepts such as the differences between sentential and predicate logic and their symbologies. This is an advanced summary.

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  • "Web Feet summary: The authors of Logic Primer take great pains to point out that the book is best used as a companion piece to the study of logic in the classroom under the direction of a teacher. However, the four chapters featured at this site on the Web server of Texas A & M University's Philosophy Department offer a helpful introduction to some of the basic concepts of logic, including premises, argument, validity, and conclusion. Also explored here are complex concepts such as the differences between sentential and predicate logic and their symbologies. This is an advanced summary."@en

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