These links to sites on scientific reasoning are
directly related to course topics and problems.
More specialized and advanced topics can be found by
pursuing the links listed by
Peter Suber's Logical
Look for specific concepts or terms in The
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, still under development but a useful reference source.
the specific philosophical
search engines are especially
helpful for terms in scientific reasoning.
A summary of Mill's life and
writings with a summary of his logic from the Internet Encyclopedia of
This entry from the Catholic
Encyclopedia offers an excellent overview to induction and deduction,
the problems of induction, rational foundation, and the scope of
Encyclopedia of Science and Philosophy
The International Society for
Complexity, Information, and Design (ISCID) sponsors edited
articles on entries in computing, science, and some philosophical
concise and clear summary explanation of
topics in Copi and Cohen's, Introduction to Logic.
Especially helpful for scientific reasoning are the following.
Power of Logic Web Tutor
A free tutorial for C. Stephen Layman's, The
Power Logic. This internet study guide for the introduction to
logic includes the following excellent exercises.
Holmes and Probabilistic Induction
An outstanding, entertaining introduction to
inductive reasoning by Soshichi
Uchii covering Herschel, Mill, Whewell, and Jevons.