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To the Instructor | p. vi |
To the Student | p. x |
Acknowledgments | p. xii |
The Fundamental Concepts of Logic | p. 1 |
What Is Logic? | p. 3 |
Let's Have an Argument! | p. 13 |
The Two Basic Types of Argument | p. 42 |
How to Evaluate a Deductive Argument | p. 58 |
How to Evaluate an Inductive Argument | p. 76 |
Logical Relations and Concluding Matters | p. 85 |
Categorical Logic | p. 101 |
Logic Takes Form Categorical Logic Version 1.0 | p. 103 |
The Categorical Syllogism | p. 141 |
Categorical Logic Version 2.0 Boole, Venn, and the Nineteenth-Century Revolution in Categorical Logic | p. 169 |
Truth-Functional Logic | p. 211 |
Think Like a Stoic! Truth-Functional Logic Version 1.0 | p. 213 |
Truth-Functional Logic Version 1.1 Stoic Logic Takes Form | p. 232 |
Truth-Functional Logic Version 2.0 The Invention of Formal Languages in the Nineteenth Century | p. 249 |
From English to TL: Techniques for Great Translations | p. 268 |
Truth-Table Analysis Part 1 Truth Tables for the Operators | p. 289 |
Truth-Table Analysis Part 2 Testing Sentences for Logical Status | p. 301 |
Truth-Table Analysis Part 3 Testing Arguments for Validity | p. 319 |
Truth-Table Analysis Part 4 Relations | p. 340 |
Modern Truth-Functional Natural Deduction Part 1 The First Four Rules | p. 345 |
Truth-Functional Natural Deduction Part 2 Four More Inference Rules | p. 379 |
Truth-Functional Deduction Part 3 Replacement Rules | p. 397 |
Truth-Functional Deduction Part 4 Indirect and Conditional Proof | p. 427 |
Premise-Free Proofs | p. 446 |
Interlude: Philosophy of Logic | p. 451 |
Predicate Logic | p. 467 |
Predicate Logic Version 1.1 Frege Unites Categorical and Stoic Logic | p. 469 |
Predicate Logic Version 1.2 It's All About Relationships | p. 506 |
Predicate Logic Version 1.3 To Be or Not to Be: The Logic of Identity | p. 523 |
Natural Deduction Proofs with Monadic Predicates | p. 533 |
A Semantical Theory for Predicate Logic | p. 556 |
Conditional and Indirect Predicate Proofs | p. 569 |
Proofs with Overlapping Quantifiers | p. 579 |
The Summit: Predicate Logic with Identity | p. 586 |
Informal and Inductive Logic | p. 597 |
The Art of Definition | p. 599 |
The Informal Fallacies | p. 611 |
The Varieties of Inductive Reasoning | p. 636 |
Elementary Probability Theory | p. 675 |
Modal Logic | p. 689 |
Elementary Modal Logic | p. 691 |
Appendices | |
Classical Indian Logic | p. A-l |
Metalogic: The Logic of Logic | p. A-19 |
GQdel's Theorem: The Power of Logic Revealed | p. A-24 |
Logic and Computers: How an Idea in Logic Led to the Digital Computer and Transformed the World | p. A-28 |
Answers to Selected Exercises E-p1 | |
Index | p. 1-1 |
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