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Table of Contents
1. Argument Structure2. Argument Evaluation3. Propositional Logic4. The Propositional Calculus5. The Logic of Categorical Statements6. Predicate Logic7. The Predicate Calculus8. Fallacies9. Induction10. The Probability Calculus11. Further Developments in Formal Logic