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    Suggestions for quick study in Logic

    Hello, I have used Traditional Logic I and II, as well as Rhetoric, and I loved all of them. I have recently convinced a friend to learn some of the basics of Logic over the summer, before he goes to college. However, he does not have time to work through an entire course, nor the money to buy all the texts. Are there any suggestions for helpful primary sources he can go to, to learn the basics of Formal Logic without taking a course? (I would lend him our texts for Trad. Log. but my younger brothers are using them, and my friend does not live close enough to come over regularly to borrow them.) Thank you!

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    Hello.

    The primary source for learning traditional logic is Aristotle (Prior Analytics and Posterior Analytics). Mr. Cothran's text uses Aristotle as its basis.

    Regards,

    Tanya

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      #3
      Thank you very much.

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