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Philosophy Book of the Month, January 2010

Simple Formal Logic

Routledge makes logic effortless with Arnold vander Nat's Simple Formal Logic: With Common-Sense Symbolic Techniques.

Order your Complimentary Exam Copy today of our newest introductory textbook on Formal Logic!

This affordable coursebook features:

  • Two levels of exercises for beginning and more advanced students
  • A glossary of terms, symbols, and abbreviations
  • An instructor's manual
  • A companion website with printable exercise worksheets, study supplements, and a deduction strategy module

You also might be interested in our other books on logic and critical thinking:

Introduction to Logic, 2nd Edition

Critical Reasoning, 3rd Edition

Paradoxes from A-Z, 2nd Edition

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