Excelling In Logic class doesn't have to be difficult. Logic and Philosophy: A Modern Introduction walks you through tough concepts with clear and concise explanations that put the study of logic into terms you'll understand and enjoy discovering. Whether logic is your favorite class or just a requirement, this edition teaches the concepts you need to know to get the skills that you want. Throughout, philosophical issues are intertwined with the key concepts of logic, so-that the book presents an exciting opportunity for discussing controversies normally not introduced in logic texts.
"The book develops formal logic rigorously, but with an approach that students will find clear and accessible, especially with respect to the explanations of key concepts and the featured "walk-throughs" of proof techniques, etc."
"I would describe the book as a 'real logic book that is about as accessible as it gets."
Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)
Meet the Author
Alan Hausman received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Iowa State University and now teaches philosophy at Hunter College. He has published extensively on history of early modern philosophy, especially on the work of Hume, and on the work of Nelson Goodman.
Howard Kahane (deceased) is considered one of the founders of the critical-thinking movement, an approach to logic that makes it less abstract and more practical as a tool for analyzing political and social issues.
Paul Tidman received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame. He teaches philosophy at Mount Union College in Ohio.