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Introduction to Logic (13th Edition)

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Logic, Philosophy / General, Philosophy, Text
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ISBN 100136141390
ISBN 139780136141396

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An Introduction to Formal Logic P.D. Magnus University at Albany, State University of New Yorkversion This book is o ered under a Creative Commons license.

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Introduction to Logic: Tools for Thought: Lessons: Textbook: Glossary: Exercises: Puzzles: Tools: Preface Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - Propositional Logic Chapter 3 - Propositional Analysis Chapter 4 - Propositional Proofs Chapter 5 - Propositional Resolution Chapter 6 - Relational Logic Chapter 7 - Relational Analysis Chapter 8 - Relational Proofs Chapter 9 - Relational Resolution.

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