Introduction to Logic

Table of Contents

Seventh Edition

 

Lesson Title Chapter in Hurley
1 Arguments, Premises and Conclusions 1.1
2 Recognizing Arguments 1.2
3 Deduction and Induction 1.3
4 Validity, Truth, Soundness, Strength and Cogency 1.4
5 Proving Invalidity 1.5
6 Diagramming Extended Arguments 1.6
7 Fallacies of Relevance 3.1 & 3.2
8 Fallacies of Weak Induction 3.3
9 Fallacies of Presumption, Ambiguity and Grammatical Analogy 3.4
10 Fallacies in Everyday Life .3.5
11 Components of Categorical Propositions, Quantity and Quality, 4.1 & 4.2
12 Venn Diagrams, Modern Square of Opposition 4.3
13 Conversion, Obversion, Contraposition 4.4
14 Traditional Square of Opposition 4.6
15 Standard Form, Mood, and Figure 5.1
16 Venn Diagrams 5.2
17 Rules and Fallacies 5.3
18 Reducing the Number of Terms 5.4
19 Enthymemes 5.7
  Introduction to Propositional Logic   
20 Symbols and Translation 6.1
21 Truth Functions 6.2
22 Truth Tables for Propositions 6.3
23 Truth Tables for Arguments 6.4
24 Indirect Truth Tables for Arguments 6.5
25 Argument Forms and Fallacies 6.6
  Introduction to Natural Deduction  
26 Rules of Implication I 7.1
27 Rules of Implication II 7.2
28 Rules of Replacement I 7.3
29 Rules of Replacement II 7.4
30 Harder Proofs  
  Review for Final  
  Glossary  

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