Logic and Perception Pertaining to Me
Logic is the study of the method and principles used to distinguish good (correct) from bad (incorrect) reasoning (Copi, 1986). It is the study of the laws or principles of thought or reason. Irving Copi states that "The distinction between correct and incorrect reasoning is the central problem with which logic deals."
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be. No body is perfect in the decisions that they make, however with the right instruction, I feel as though I am on the path to becoming a great logical thinker.
Copi, Irving M. (1986). Introduction to Logic (7th ed.). New York: Macmillan.
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