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  1. Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking

    This is an introductory textbook in logic and critical thinking. The goal of the textbook is to provide the reader with a set of tools and skills that will enable them to identify and evaluate arguments. The book is intended for an introductory course that covers both formal and informal logic. As such, it is not a formal logic textbook, but is closer to what one would find marketed as a ...

  2. Logic and the Study of Arguments

    2. Logic and the Study of Arguments. If we want to study how we ought to reason (normative) we should start by looking at the primary way that we do reason (descriptive): through the use of arguments. In order to develop a theory of good reasoning, we will start with an account of what an argument is and then proceed to talk about what ...

  3. LOGOS: Critical Thinking, Arguments, and Fallacies

    To be open and recursive entails a sense of thinking about your beliefs in a critical and reflective way, so that you have a chance to either strengthen your belief system or revise it if needed. I have been teaching philosophy and humanities classes for nearly 20 years; critical thinking is the single most important skill you can develop.

  4. Think Again I: How to Understand Arguments

    Think Again I: How to Understand Arguments. This course is part of Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking Specialization. Taught in English. 22 languages available. Some content may not be translated. Instructors: Dr. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. +1 more.

  5. 1.1: What is an Argument?

    Both logic and critical thinking centrally involve the analysis and assessment of arguments. "Argument" is a word that has multiple distinct meanings, so it is important to be clear from the start about the sense of the word that is relevant to the study of logic. In one sense of the word, an argument is a heated exchange of differing views ...

  6. PHIL102: Introduction to Critical Thinking and Logic

    Unit 1: Introduction and Meaning Analysis. Critical thinking is a broad classification for a diverse array of reasoning techniques. In general, critical thinking works by breaking arguments and claims down to their basic underlying structure so we can see them clearly and determine whether they are rational.

  7. 3.1: The Basics

    3.1: The Basics. So far, we've discussed the basic ideas behind arguments or inferences. Each argument has premises which are the assumptions or the support of the argument. Each argument also has usually one, but sometimes more conclusions. The conclusion is the main point of the argument.

  8. Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking

    This is an introductory textbook in logic and critical thinking. Both logic and critical thinking centrally involve the analysis and assessment of arguments. "Argument" is a word that has multiple distinct meanings, so it is important to be clear from the start about the sense of the word that is relevant to the study of logic.

  9. PDF FUNDAMENTALS OF CRITICAL ARGUMENTATION

    Represents the state of the art in the methods and techniques of argumental and informal logic. Uses realistic dialogues featuring examples from political, scientific, and legal argument that will be familiar to students from their university and everyday experiences. Draws students into thinking and arguing.

  10. Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking Specialization

    This specialization introduces general standards of good reasoning and offers tools to improve your critical thinking skills. These skills will help you determine when an argument is being given, what its crucial parts are, and what it assumes implicitly. You will also learn how to apply deductive and inductive standards for assessing arguments ...

  11. Critical Thinking & Reasoning: Logic and the Role of Arguments

    Critical Thinking & Reasoning: Logic and the Role of Arguments. Critical thinkers tend to exhibit certain traits that are common to them. These traits are summarized in Table 6.1: [1] Critical thinkers are open and receptive to all ideas and arguments, even those with which they may disagree. Critical thinkers reserve judgment on a message ...

  12. 13.2: Logic and the Role of Arguments

    Table 13.2.1 13.2. 1: Traits of Critical Thinking. Traits. Summary. Open-Mindedness. Critical thinkers are open and receptive to all ideas and arguments, even those with which they may disagree. Critical thinkers reserve judgment on a message until they have examined the claims, logic, reasoning, and evidence used.

  13. On Reasoning and Argument: Essays in Informal Logic and on Critical

    About this book. This book brings together in one place David Hitchcock's most significant published articles on reasoning and argument. In seven new chapters he updates his thinking in the light of subsequent scholarship. Collectively, the papers articulate a distinctive position in the philosophy of argumentation. Among other things, the ...

  14. 1: Introduction to Critical Thinking, Reasoning, and Logic

    1.7: Creating a Philosophical Outline. This page titled 1: Introduction to Critical Thinking, Reasoning, and Logic is shared under a license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by () . What is thinking? It may seem strange to begin a logic textbook with this question. 'Thinking' is perhaps the most intimate and personal thing that ...

  15. Argument and Argumentation

    Argument and Argumentation. Argument is a central concept for philosophy. Philosophers rely heavily on arguments to justify claims, and these practices have been motivating reflections on what arguments and argumentation are for millennia. Moreover, argumentative practices are also pervasive elsewhere; they permeate scientific inquiry, legal ...

  16. Informal Logic

    The accounts of argument that informal logic and the Critical Thinking movement provide are tied to pedagogical attempts to teach students and learners how to reason well. One result has been hundreds (perhaps thousands) of introductory textbooks used to teach logic, critical thinking, and argumentation skills to university and college students ...

  17. Logical Argument and Critical Thinking

    Logical Argument and Critical Thinking. Logical Argument depends on critical thinking. Critical thinking is not negative - it's not "criticizing.". Instead, it's the application of analysis to an issue. The following videos provide a brief introduction to critical thinking and its relationship to logical argument.

  18. Critical Thinking, Logic, and Argumentation (ReasonIO)

    Responding to numerous requests from my viewers and subscribers for more material on Critical Thinking, Logic, and the study of Argument, I've created this new channel dedicated specifically to ...

  19. Rationality, Reasoning, Logic, Argumentation and Intuition ...

    Critical thinking; Logic; Argumentation; Intuition; In this chapter, I will attempt to set the foundation for the physician's ability to make a diagnosis and come to a treatment decision, as well as the patient's ability to understand and critique that decision. This foundation is that both the physician and patient are rational beings ...

  20. Developing Students' Critical Thinking Skills and Argumentation

    Critical thinking skills that include the ability to evaluate arguments and counterarguments in a variety of contexts are very important, and effective argumentation is the focal point of criticism and the informed decision (Nussbaum, 2008).Argumentation is defined as the process of making claims about a scientific subject, supporting them with data, using warrants, and criticizing, refuting ...

  21. Logic and arguments

    In arguments, premises are offered to provide support for the conclusion. Logic is about whether or not the support is adequate. If the logic is not adequate, it doesn't matter what the premises are about; they won't provide adequate support for the conclusion. The first step in evaluating arguments is thus to make sure they succeed logically.

  22. 8.1.3: Logic and the Role of Arguments

    Table 8.1.3.1 8.1.3. 1: Traits of Critical Thinking. Traits. Summary. Open-Mindedness. Critical thinkers are open and receptive to all ideas and arguments, even those with which they may disagree. Critical thinkers reserve judgment on a message until they have examined the claims, logic, reasoning, and evidence used.

  23. Using Critical Thinking in Essays and other Assignments

    Critical thinking, as described by Oxford Languages, is the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement. Active and skillful approach, evaluation, assessment, synthesis, and/or evaluation of information obtained from, or made by, observation, knowledge, reflection, acumen or conversation, as a guide to belief and action, requires the critical thinking process ...