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GENERAL LOGIC TEXTS AND TUTORIALS A
Tutorial in Critical Reasoning
Mission CriticalCritical Thinking Web Page An interactive tutorial for
critical thinking, including
arguments, the analysis of arguments, and fallacies from San Jose State
University. A streamlined online text on propositional and predicate
logic. without metatheory, by Colin Allen and Michael Hand, MIT Press. The
Power
of Logic Web Tutorial
Propositional and predicate calculus applets with documentation and download. The use of rhetoric and persuasion, including arguments, analogy, and basic deductive and inductive reasoning, by Robert Huber, University of Vermont. Johan Mårtensson's OnLine Logic Book A syllogistic machine, programmed using Java Scriptalso see the first part of his logic text, under construction for some time, with interactive logic exercises. Learning traditional logic on your own, including immediate inferences, syllogisms, fallacies, and introductory symbolic logic, with exercises, tests, and answers, San José State University. Stephen Downes' Guide to the Logical Fallacies Extensive list with brief descriptions and examples of common formal and informal fallacies, University of Alberta. Online definitions and interactive quizzes, an outstanding site by Gary N. Curtis. Java applets for categorical propositions, syllogisms, and truth
functions, by John Saetti. 



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