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The Fallacy Detective
Nathaniel Bluedorn; Hans Bluedorn
Published: 2002
  
The Thinking Toolbox: Thirty-Five Lessons That Will Build Your Reasoning Skills
Nathaniel Bluedorn; Hans Bluedorn
Publisher: Christian Logic
Published: 2005
Give your teen the tools he needs for clear thinking. The Thinking Toolbox: Thirty-Five Lessons That Will Build Your Reasoning Skills is like a toolbox, full of different kinds of tools which you can use to solve thinking problems. Lessons cover (1) When it is dumb to argue, (2) Using the scientific method, (3) Five rules of brainstorming, (4) Who has a reason to lie? (5) How to analyze opposing viewpoints, (6) How to analyze evidence and sources, (7) How to list reasons why you believe something, and much, much more. The Thinking Toolbox follows the same engaging style as the Bluedorns 2003 release, The Fallacy Detective, and uses over 60 cartoon illustrations by Rich LaPierre. Each lesson has exercises for students, with an answer key at the back of the book. The Thinking Toolbox is a fun and easy introduction to practical thinking skills for ages 13 through adult.
Traditional Logic 1: Introduction To Formal Logic
Martin Cothran
Publisher: Memoria Pr
Published: 2000
Traditional Logic 2: Advanced Formal Logic
Martin Cothran
Publisher: Memoria Pr
Published: 2002


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