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Good Reasoning
(Trivium: Logic)

The two-page pdf article “Good Reasoning (Trivium: Logic)” describes basic elements of logic and good reasoning.

After defining “logic” and “inference,” the two-page pdf article further defines terms and gives examples related to deductive and inductive reasoning.

Deductive reasoning and syllogisms: deductive reasoning; deductive arguments; logical argument; premises; conclusion; syllogism; major and minor premise; major, minor, and middle terms; valid, invalid; true, false; necessarily true, sound; if … then; since … therefore.

Inductive reasoning: inductive reasoning; inductive arguments; probability.

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PDF ver. 2014-03-01
2 pp. 8.5 x 11″ .06 mb
1012000-fnd-trivium-logic-set-bcrx-20140301

Version history:
2014-03-01: Updated SKU
2008-07-31: New release

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