Maintaining that the ultimate goal of critical reasoning is to make informed, educated decisions, this text presents a process that enables the reader to apply proper reasoning techniques in a practical fashion. This book is balanced between three activities: identification of arguments, evaluation of arguments using inductive reasoning, and evaluation of arguments using deductive reasoning. For computer scientists, mathematicians, philosophers, or anyone who is interested in using the practical applications of logic to evaluate their own writing and arguments as well as the writing and arguments of others.You currently own a Honda Prelude that has a problem with the transmission. After talking to your mechanic, you find out that transmissions such as yours are built in three plants, two in Japan and one in Kentucky. There is an equal prioranbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical Reasoning and Logic|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 2002-10-01|