Critical thinking by moore and parker 12th edition
Critical Thinking by Brooke Noel MooreI just read a book on logic
So you’d better watch your back!
Now I’m armed with thinking critical
And ready to attack!
I can pulverize your straw man;
I can see through your smokescreen;
And to innuendo I’ll apply
And if you should try to toss
A sly red herring in my way,
I’ll crank out a syllogism
That’ll surely make my day.
So don’t try to argue with me
Because that would not be cool.
We’d soon know who is the smarty-pants
And who’s the sorry fool.
(I think I’ll earn a Ph.D.
By studying philosophy.)
Critical Thinking, 9th Edition
This chapter offers more detail on argument and logic. If you emphasize formal logic in your course, you might want to go over this chapter and then move directly to Chapters If you skip formal logic, you could conceivably omit this chapter and move on to Chapters 4 though 8. An argument consists of two parts. One part, the premise, is intended to provide a reason for accepting the second part, the conclusion. The premise or premises of a good deductive argument, if true, demonstrate prove the conclusion.
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