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Logic

Logic

Author(s):
  • Priyadarshi Jetli
  • Monica Prabhakar
  • Author: Priyadarshi Jetli
    • ISBN:9788131771860
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131771865
    • Price:Rs. 249.00
    • Pages:280
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    Logic is a textbook for undergraduate students of philosophy. This book provides students with a comprehensive and lucid explanation of all the important topics within this subject-including history of logic, categorical propositions and syllogisms, formal methods and fallacies, among others. Every chapter is broken up into several subtopics, each of which is followed by a set of questions. This makes it easier for students to tackle this vast subject systematically, and provides them with extra practice too. Written using lucid language, this book is a must-buy for any student looking for a thorough and easy-to-understand introductory book on logic.

    Table of Content

    1. Subject Matter of Logic
    2. History of Logic
    3. Categorical Propositions
    4. Categorical Syllogisms
    5. Logical Form of Categorical Propositions and Categorical Syllogisms
    6. Types of Propositions
    7. Formal Methods of Proving Validity and Invalidity of Standard Form Propositional Arguments - I
    8. Formal Methods of Proving Validity and Invalidity of Standard Form Propositional Arguments - I
    9. Arguments Composed of Propositions Involving Quantifiers
    10. Informal Fallacies

    Salient Features

    • Extensive and exhaustive treatment of every fundamental topic
    • Exercises after every topic
    • Reading list at the end of the book for further studies