An introductory logic text, suitable for philosophy students. This edition contains full coverage of deductive or "symbolic" logic, together with emphasis on practical applications.
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David Kelley received his Ph.D. from Princeton University and his M.A. and B.A. from Brown University. The Art of Reasoning grew out of his extensive experience teaching logic at Vassar College and Brandeis University. In 1990, he founded the Institute for Objectivist Studies in Poughkeepsie, New York, and currently serves as its executive director. He is the author of Evidence of the Senses, as well as numerous articles published in professional journals and in periodicals such as Harper’s, Barron’s, and the Wall Street Journal.
David Kelley succeeded in writing not only a philosophically rigorous logic textbook, but, more importantly, [one that is] accessible to students. -- Vincente Medina, Seton Hall University
Excellent. I have used The Art of Reasoning many times and recommended it to many colleagues, several of whom used it as well. I find this book vastly superior to the multitude of other texts available for this course. -- Aeon Skoble, Southeast Missouri State University
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