Being Logical A Guide to Good Thinking by D.Q. McInerny (6/7)

Just as education starts at the home, a good argument starts with sound logic. This book is meant to teach you how to create concise logical arguments and how to build an argument on premises. It also helps differentiate the logical from the illogical so that you can better catch it when it occurs.

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