Logical Reasoning Essay examples

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Logical Reasoning
Bradley H. Dowden

Philosophy Department
California State University Sacramento
Sacramento, CA 95819 USA




© 2011-14 by Bradley H. Dowden

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Dowden gets the balance and the emphasis right.
Norman Swartz, Simon Fraser University


For the 1993 edition: The following friends and colleagues deserve thanks for their help and encouragement with this project: Clifford Anderson, Hellan Roth Dowden, Louise Dowden,
Robert Foreman, Richard Gould, Kenneth King, Marjorie Lee, Elizabeth Perry, Heidi Wackerli,
Perry Weddle, Tiffany Whetstone, and the following reviewers: David Adams, California State
Polytechnic University; Stanley Baronett, Jr., University of Nevada-Las Vegas; Shirley J. Bell,
University of Arkansas at Monticello; Phyllis Berger, Diablo Valley College; Kevin Galvin, East
Los Angeles College; Jacquelyn Ann Kegley, California State University-Bakersfield; Darryl
Mehring, University of Colorado at Denver; Dean J. Nelson, Dutchess Community College;
James E. Parejko, Chicago State University; Robert Sessions, Kirkwood Community College; and Stephanie Tucker, California State University Sacramento. Thinking and writing about logical reasoning has been enjoyable for me, but special thanks go to my children, Joshua, 8, and
Justine, 3, for comic relief

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