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Thank you for making this Workbook available. It has been incredibly helpful and I cannot recommend it enough.

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DylanShackleton (guest) 09 Feb 2018 09:37

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Thank you for making this Workbook available. It has been incredibly helpful and I cannot recommend it enough.

Carlos A. Zuluaga (guest) 07 Jan 2018 02:08

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Where are Units 8, 18, and 19?

Christina (guest) 15 May 2017 22:21

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Seems unit 8, 18 and 19 are missing. Is there a reason for this? Thanks for the workbook! Terrific rsource!

Sander (guest) 15 May 2017 03:22

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Fantastic!

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GREAT JOB Bellissima Ngono….

Two thumbs up from Cameroon…Exactly what I was looking for!!!!

Merci Beaucoup.

Mary Mary (guest) 29 Nov 2016 20:40

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Thank you very much for the well-explained workbook!

I had a question about the biconditional exercises. You mention the phrase "just in case" but I think maybe you mean "only in the case that" ?

For me, I interpret this sentence - "Chris will make lunch just in case Betty makes dinner." to mean that Betty might not make dinner, but Chris will make lunch either way just to be sure (maybe to repay her for being nice). For example, "I'll go the grocery store now just in case it rains later because I don't want to get wet." I don't know for sure that it will rain but I'm going to go to the grocery store now anyway while it's not raining to be sure I don't get wet.

Ana (guest) 03 Jun 2016 20:08

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Thanks so much for your work, the explanations are really clear! =D

james (guest) 17 May 2016 22:19

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Hey, just wanted to say that I really appreciate your introductory book on logic. I've read others, in part, however I find that some do not provide answers to their questions (and, you know, which is ironic when writing a book about logic), or/and they use overly complex language. This book goes in much details, whilst keeping it as simple and easy to read as possible, and you have many questions with their accompanying answers for that necessary feedback that's needed for proper learning.

So thanks :)

Aborch (guest) 01 Feb 2016 17:09

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This is extremely helpful in comprehending my logic class. You are absolutely correct that doing the exercises are an important part in understanding logic! Thanks so much.

Valeriy (guest) 23 Jan 2016 00:54

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This work is extremely valuable, thank you.

I think there is a mistake in the unit one "soundness" exercise solution.

The solution states:

"To say that an argument is valid is to say that it is impossible for its conclusion to be true given that its premises are false."

It should be:

"To say that an argument is valid is to say that it is impossible for its conclusion to be false given that its premises are true."

cicatrices meae a docentes log (guest) 20 Jan 2016 10:52

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Nicely paced text and much appreciated. Will certainly be advising my students to use it. (This year's Intro to logic class were well down the road before I realized with horror some of them were still even struggling with the notion of validity… )

Kashif veerani (guest) 18 Nov 2015 10:36

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ABSOLUTELY AMAZING AND BRILLIANT! (i have just started to learn formal logic (self study on internet) and this is one of the best sites for people who want to learn the beautiful subject of 'love of wisdom' (Philosophy) from the scratch. please keep up the great work and finally Thank you so much. Warmest regards

Gerry (guest) 08 Oct 2015 14:33

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I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for making available online your Logic Self-Taught Workbook. I'm a middle aged man of average intelligence that has been trying to spend what little time I have (between work and family there doesn't seem to be much) learning about logic and critical thinking. Having read a great many internet sources on these topics as well as a few books, I must say that your presentation of the material has so far been the easiest to grasp.

Thank you,

Gerry Barone

Pharmd770 (guest) 25 May 2015 13:41

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Kevin Casey (guest) 16 Apr 2015 22:25

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Thank very much for the Workbook - it's a though introduction, and very well presented.

José (guest) 02 Feb 2015 22:03

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Thanks a lot for the detailed and slow-paced approach! It has helped me a lot, since the required textbook I was using had a rather steep learning curve and I was lost at times… The only thing that I felt was missing was perhaps truth trees or semantic tableaux, other than that your workbook is outstandingly didactic. And that is not a common feature when it comes to Formal Logic manuals!

Pani Profesor, dziękuję za tak wspaniałe narzędzie nauki! W Samouczku zaraża Pani pasją do logiki. Wszystko jest wytłumaczone jasno, bardzo powoli, z dbałością o najbardziej wymagające czasu umysły humanistyczne. Posyłam wyrazy uznania.

MM

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