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Excellent Guide to Informal Logic,
This review is from: Come, Let Us Reason: An Introduction to Logical Thinking (Paperback)
The main strength of this book is its thorough catalog of informal fallacies, accompanied by a glossary for easy reference. Although overtly Christian in tone, it is suitable for anyone interested in informal logic.
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Initial post: Jul 15, 2012 5:48:46 AM PDT
For you, the Christian perspective is a problem. Why is that a flaw? Logically speaking, of course.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 16, 2012 7:33:59 PM PDT
Bill Ramey says:
No, the Christian perspective is not a problem for me; I was just letting people know that the book is in general good. Some folks might worry that the book is of use to only a Christian audience, and I was trying to allay those fears, especially given that book has such a good catalog of informal fallacies.
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