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Critical thinking / by Epstein, Richard L.,1947-(SAGE)1686517; Kernberger, Carolyn.(SAGE)1573590;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Critical thinking; Critical thinking; Textbooks;
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Critical Thinking. by Reeves, Diane Lindsey.; Hansen, Connie.; Bennett, Ruth.;
Cover -- Table of Contents -- What Are Soft Skills and Why Do I Need Them? -- Soft Skill #1: Problem Solving -- Soft Skill #2: Creativity -- Soft Skill #3: Self Regulation -- Soft Skill #4: Decision Making -- Critical Thinking Quiz -- Glossary -- Index -- About the Authors -- About the Illustrator.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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The Return of Martin Guerre. by Tendler, Joseph.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- WAYS IN TO THE TEXT -- Who Was Natalie Zemon Davis? -- What Does The Return of Martin Guerre Say? -- Why Does The Return of Martin Guerre Matter? -- SECTION 1: INFLUENCES -- Module 1: The Author and the Historical Context -- Module 2: Academic Context -- Module 3: The Problem -- Module 4: The Author's Contribution -- SECTION 2: IDEAS -- Module 5: Main Ideas -- Module 6: Secondary Ideas -- Module 7: Achievement -- Module 8: Place in the Author's Work -- SECTION 3: IMPACT -- Module 9: The First Responses -- Module 10: The Evolving Debate -- Module 11: Impact and Influence Today -- Module 12: Where Next? -- Glossary of Terms -- People Mentioned in the Text -- Works Cited.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Judgement : Making the Right Calls. by Sweeney, James.; Bourisaw, Diana.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHORS -- PREFACE -- 1 JUDGMENT -- WHY IS JUDGMENT IMPORTANT? -- OBJECTIVES AND LESSON PLAN -- HELPERS -- HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS BOOK -- FOR REFLECTION -- 2 JUDGMENT AND PROBLEM SOLVING -- PROBLEM SOLVING -- PITFALLS -- THE SEVEN-STEP PROBLEM-SOLVING FRAMEWORK -- STEP 1. DEFINE THE PROBLEM -- STEP 2. IDENTIFY OBJECTIVES -- STEP 3. COLLECT INFORMATION -- STEP 4. ANALYZE THE PROBLEM -- STEP 5. GENERATE ALTERNATIVES -- STEP 6. MAKE THE BEST CHOICE -- STEP 7. IMPLEMENT A DECISION -- THE JUDGMENT-ACTION MODEL -- BASIC FEATURES OF MENTAL PROBLEM SOLVING -- ANALYTICAL-ARTISTIC APPROACH -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 3 THINKING -- EFFECTIVE THINKING -- THE 4 C THINKING WHEEL -- CHECKING -- CONNECTING -- CREATING -- COMPARING -- BRAIN POWER -- TWO SIDES TO THE STORY -- YOUR THINKING STYLE -- THINKING STYLE CHECK-UP -- LEFT BRAINERS - STRETCHING TO THE RIGHT -- RIGHT BRAINERS - STRETCHING TO THE LEFT -- SIX THINKING HATS -- HAT USE -- HAT CHECK -- SYSTEMS THINKING -- LEVEL 1 AND LEVEL 2 THINKING -- EMOTIONAL THINKING -- CONTROLLING EMOTIONAL THINKING OR HOW TO STAY CALM, COOL, AND COLLECTED -- MINDMAPPING -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 4 REASONING -- REASONING -- INDUCTIVE REASONING -- DEDUCTIVE REASONING -- THE PROCESS -- FORMAL LOGIC -- REASONING ROADBLOCKS -- INFORMATION OMISSION -- CHECK POINT -- INFORMATION BLOCK -- INFORMATION OVERLOAD (TAKE TWO ASPIRINS) -- INFORMATION DRIFT -- LOOSE LOGIC -- CONNECTION FAILURE -- HOT BUTTONS -- FALSE AND FUZZY FACTS -- CHECK POINTS -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 5 PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS: SCANNING, SCREENING, FOCUSING, AND MAPPING -- PROBLEM SCANNING -- PROBLEM SCREENING -- JURISDICTION -- ADEQUACY OF INFORMATION.IMPORTANCE AND URGENCY -- TIMING -- READINESS -- 4D PROBLEM SCREEN -- FOCUSING -- FOCUSING SELF-TEST -- PROBLEM MAPPING -- A MATTER OF DISCIPLINE - PROBLEM MAPPING -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 6 BEST ALTERNATIVES -- SEEKING ALTERNATIVES -- CREATIVE THINKING -- STRENGTHEN YOUR CREATIVE THINKING -- UNLOCKING POSSIBILITY THINKING -- IDEA CREATION -- PATHS TO CREATIVE IDEAS -- CREATIVITY CRANKS -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 7 BEST CHOICE -- BEST CHOICE FRAMEWORK -- CHOICE CHARTING -- PHASE 1 - THE PROCESS -- PHASE 2 - WEIGHING ALTERNATIVES -- PHASE 3 - THE FINAL CHOICE -- SHORTHAND VERSION -- PRACTICE TIME -- FEEDBACK -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 8 A PRACTICE CASE -- PROCESS CHECK -- PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE -- BEST CHOICE -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 9 FINAL THOUGHTS -- READY REFERENCE -- MODELS/APPROACHES -- CREATIVITY -- REMEMBERING -- MINDMAPPING -- MESS MAPPING -- AN OPEN MIND -- LEVEL 2 THINKING -- CONTROL -- REASONING ROADBLOCKS -- STYLE -- ACTION TNT -- HABITS OF MIND -- COMMIT TO ACHIEVEMENT -- COMMIT TO PROCESS -- REFLECT, REFLECT, REFLECT -- PRACTICE THE ETHICS OF EXCELLENCE -- COMMIT TO GROWTH -- YOU CAN DO IT -- KEY BEHAVIOR -- APPENDIX A: THE SEVEN-STEP PROBLEM-SOLVING FRAMEWORK -- APPENDIX B: SSFM MODEL -- APPENDIX C: THE 4D PROBLEM SCREENING GUIDE -- APPENDIX D: PROBLEM MAPPING GUIDE -- APPENDIX E: CHOICE CHART -- APPENDIX F: WEIGHTING CHART -- APPENDIX G: MENTAL PROCESS IN JUDGMENT -- REFERENCES.With practical tools and strategies, this book assists readers in identifying their own thinking styles and shows how to overcome roadblocks to good judgment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Judgement : Making the Right Calls. by Sweeney, James.; Bourisaw, Diana.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHORS -- PREFACE -- 1 JUDGMENT -- WHY IS JUDGMENT IMPORTANT? -- OBJECTIVES AND LESSON PLAN -- HELPERS -- HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS BOOK -- FOR REFLECTION -- 2 JUDGMENT AND PROBLEM SOLVING -- PROBLEM SOLVING -- PITFALLS -- THE SEVEN-STEP PROBLEM-SOLVING FRAMEWORK -- STEP 1. DEFINE THE PROBLEM -- STEP 2. IDENTIFY OBJECTIVES -- STEP 3. COLLECT INFORMATION -- STEP 4. ANALYZE THE PROBLEM -- STEP 5. GENERATE ALTERNATIVES -- STEP 6. MAKE THE BEST CHOICE -- STEP 7. IMPLEMENT A DECISION -- THE JUDGMENT-ACTION MODEL -- BASIC FEATURES OF MENTAL PROBLEM SOLVING -- ANALYTICAL-ARTISTIC APPROACH -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 3 THINKING -- EFFECTIVE THINKING -- THE 4 C THINKING WHEEL -- CHECKING -- CONNECTING -- CREATING -- COMPARING -- BRAIN POWER -- TWO SIDES TO THE STORY -- YOUR THINKING STYLE -- THINKING STYLE CHECK-UP -- LEFT BRAINERS - STRETCHING TO THE RIGHT -- RIGHT BRAINERS - STRETCHING TO THE LEFT -- SIX THINKING HATS -- HAT USE -- HAT CHECK -- SYSTEMS THINKING -- LEVEL 1 AND LEVEL 2 THINKING -- EMOTIONAL THINKING -- CONTROLLING EMOTIONAL THINKING OR HOW TO STAY CALM, COOL, AND COLLECTED -- MINDMAPPING -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 4 REASONING -- REASONING -- INDUCTIVE REASONING -- DEDUCTIVE REASONING -- THE PROCESS -- FORMAL LOGIC -- REASONING ROADBLOCKS -- INFORMATION OMISSION -- CHECK POINT -- INFORMATION BLOCK -- INFORMATION OVERLOAD (TAKE TWO ASPIRINS) -- INFORMATION DRIFT -- LOOSE LOGIC -- CONNECTION FAILURE -- HOT BUTTONS -- FALSE AND FUZZY FACTS -- CHECK POINTS -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 5 PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS: SCANNING, SCREENING, FOCUSING, AND MAPPING -- PROBLEM SCANNING -- PROBLEM SCREENING -- JURISDICTION -- ADEQUACY OF INFORMATION.IMPORTANCE AND URGENCY -- TIMING -- READINESS -- 4D PROBLEM SCREEN -- FOCUSING -- FOCUSING SELF-TEST -- PROBLEM MAPPING -- A MATTER OF DISCIPLINE - PROBLEM MAPPING -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 6 BEST ALTERNATIVES -- SEEKING ALTERNATIVES -- CREATIVE THINKING -- STRENGTHEN YOUR CREATIVE THINKING -- UNLOCKING POSSIBILITY THINKING -- IDEA CREATION -- PATHS TO CREATIVE IDEAS -- CREATIVITY CRANKS -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 7 BEST CHOICE -- BEST CHOICE FRAMEWORK -- CHOICE CHARTING -- PHASE 1 - THE PROCESS -- PHASE 2 - WEIGHING ALTERNATIVES -- PHASE 3 - THE FINAL CHOICE -- SHORTHAND VERSION -- PRACTICE TIME -- FEEDBACK -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 8 A PRACTICE CASE -- PROCESS CHECK -- PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE -- BEST CHOICE -- KEY BEHAVIORS -- DO -- DON'T -- FOR REFLECTION -- 9 FINAL THOUGHTS -- READY REFERENCE -- MODELS/APPROACHES -- CREATIVITY -- REMEMBERING -- MINDMAPPING -- MESS MAPPING -- AN OPEN MIND -- LEVEL 2 THINKING -- CONTROL -- REASONING ROADBLOCKS -- STYLE -- ACTION TNT -- HABITS OF MIND -- COMMIT TO ACHIEVEMENT -- COMMIT TO PROCESS -- REFLECT, REFLECT, REFLECT -- PRACTICE THE ETHICS OF EXCELLENCE -- COMMIT TO GROWTH -- YOU CAN DO IT -- KEY BEHAVIOR -- APPENDIX A: THE SEVEN-STEP PROBLEM-SOLVING FRAMEWORK -- APPENDIX B: SSFM MODEL -- APPENDIX C: THE 4D PROBLEM SCREENING GUIDE -- APPENDIX D: PROBLEM MAPPING GUIDE -- APPENDIX E: CHOICE CHART -- APPENDIX F: WEIGHTING CHART -- APPENDIX G: MENTAL PROCESS IN JUDGMENT -- REFERENCES.With practical tools and strategies, this book assists readers in identifying their own thinking styles and shows how to overcome roadblocks to good judgment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The Salmon of Knowledge : Stories for work, life, the dark shadow and oneself. by Owen, Nick.;
Cover -- Praise for The Salmon of Knowledge -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Prologue -- List of Stories by Theme -- The Seven Chautauquas -- Chautauqua 1 : Finding One's Own Path -- Chautauqua 2 : Beyond the Surface of Things -- Chautauqua 3 : Flow -- Chautauqua 4 : Difficult Conversations -- Chautauqua 5 : Stuckness -- Chautauqua 6 : All Things Must Pass -- Chautauqua 7 : Not Knowing Mind -- Epilogue : Pre-flections on Work, Life, the Dark Shadow, and OneSelf -- Appendix A : Big Mind, Big Heart -- Appendix B : Developmental Psychology -- Sources -- Notes -- Bibliography -- About the Author -- Acknowledgements -- Copyright.A collection of stories, analogies and metaphors that invite us to pause and consider what is really important in our lives, our work, and ourselves. Challenging us to re-connect different parts of our lives and recognise how easy it is to get distracted by contemporary culture and the pace of modern life.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Thinking thinking : Practicing radical reflection. by Schoeller, Donata.; Saller, Vera.;
Contents -- Donata Schoeller, Vera Saller: Introduction -- Radical Reflectivity -- Challenges -- Introducing the authors -- References -- Claire Petitmengin: The scientist's body at the source of meaning -- 1. Forgetting the experience of the scientist -- 2. Research method -- 3. The corporal anchoring of ideation -- 3.1 The propitious inner disposition -- 3.2 The microgenesis of the idea -- 4. The bodily dimension of expression -- Coming into contact -- Confrontation with the felt meaning -- Transformation of the felt meaning -- 5. Structural characteristics of the felt dimension -- Specificity -- Transmodality -- Rhythmic and gestural character -- Vitality dynamics -- 6. Lines of research -- Re-enchanting school -- »Abstract« thought -- Conclusion -- References -- Eugene Gendlin: A changed ground for precise cognition -- I. Two kinds of precision -- I-1) The »background« is implicit in the figure -- I-2) Accessing the implicit: We can always easily say a lot from the implicit -- I-3) A direct referent (DR, also called a »felt sense«) -- I-4) Readiness to speak -- implying-occurring -- I-5) Occurring into implying -- I-6) Implying is body-environment interaction -- I-7) We can move on from where philosophy is currently stopped -- I-8) The apparent »breaks« in the logic of science are actually its reciprocity with the implicit -- II. Coming and forming in the coming -- II-1) Two questions: the coming and the taking account -- II-2) The space of behavior possibilities -- II-3) We perceive objects in the implicit space of behavior possibilities -- II-4) Immediate formation is forming-into -- III. Systematic use of the »background« -- III-1) Logic consists of external relations: -- III-2) Pitfalls of theory in the unit model -- III-3) Correcting the current theory. Three examples -- a) Behavior is more than motion.b) Behavior formation unites the intakes from the sense organs -- c) Agency and consciousness are generated in the course of behavior formation -- III-4) The practice of thinking -- III-5) New powers for logical analysis -- a) We can differentiate a strand of meaning -- b) Differentiating ordinary language -- c) New concepts -- d) Reversal -- the specific can redefine the generality -- e) A new set of units -- f) Using many models and systems -- g) Using an actual sample of what we want to formulate -- h) Operational definitions -- i) Choosing among research instruments -- j) Protection against mistakes -- References -- Susan A. J. Stuart: Enkinaesthesia and Reid's natural kind of magic -- Introduction -- Reid's ›Natural Language‹ -- Enkinaesthesia and Experiential Spilling Over -- Conclusion -- References -- Donata Schoeller: Somatic - Semantic - Shifting: Articulating Embodied Cultures -- 1. Language as Process -- 2. Close Talking -- 3. Responsive Process -- 4. Felt Sense and Somatic Marker -- References -- Terrence W. Deacon: The emergent process of thinking as reflected in language processing -- Introduction -- Brain development parallels -- Language as a differentiation process -- »Languaging« in the brain -- Language as semiosis -- Counter-current information processing -- Implications and conclusions -- References -- Vincent Colapietro: A Peircean Account of First-Person »Authority«: The Radical Implications of Thoroughgoing Fallibilism -- References -- Vera Saller: The detective metaphor in abduction studies and psychoanalysis - and what it teaches us about the process of thought -- What is abduction? -- New Ideas -- Peirce as detective -- Guesses -- Abduction goes along with an emotion -- Imagination -- Freud as a detective -- Holmes', Peirce's and Freud's musings -- Abduction, Perception, Emotion -- Conclusions -- References.Steven C. Hayes: Human Language and Subjective Experience: The symbolically extended »us« as a basis of human consciousness -- Functional Contextualism -- The Tribal Primate -- The Cooperative Core of Symbolic Meaning -- The Cognitive Extension of Perspective-Taking and Sense of Self -- Applying this Analysis -- Conclusion -- References -- Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch: Towards living subjective experience -- »Third-person« sciences such as neurobiology and cognitive science -- Nonreductive philosophy of mind -- Emergence theories -- Downward causation -- The »hard« and »easy« problems of consciousness -- The »explanatory gap« -- Buddhist tradition and psychoanalysis have practices and techniques -- Buddhist practices and techniques -- Problems of mutual understanding could possibly arise -- Psychoanalysis -- Psychoanalytic technique -- Integrating »first-« and »third-person« methodologies -- References -- Index of Authors.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Critical Thinking. by Brink-Budgen, Roy van den.; Thwaites, Jaquie.;
Cover -- Book title -- Contents -- Introduction -- About this book -- Features to help you succeed -- About critical thinking -- Unit 1 Introduction to critical thinking -- The Unit 1 examination -- Track your progress -- Section A: The language of reasoning -- Chapter 1 Analysis: the building blocks of arguments -- Chapter 2 Analysis: reasons and conclusions -- Chapter 3 Analysis: hypothetical reasoning -- Chapter 4 Analysis: evidence and examples -- Chapter 5 Analysis: assumptions -- Chapter 6 Evaluation: evidence -- Chapter 7 Evaluation: the link between the reasoning and the conclusion -- Chapter 8 Developing reasoning: giving reasons to support a conclusion -- Chapter 9 Putting your skills together: Unit 1, Section A -- Section B: Credibility -- Chapter 10 Introduction to credibility -- Chapter 11 Credibility criteria -- Chapter 12 Credibility of documents -- Chapter 13 Credibility of claims -- Chapter 14 The wider picture: support and opposition -- Chapter 15 Plausibility of claims -- Chapter 16 Judgement based on credibility and plausibility -- Chapter 17 Maximising your marks on Unit 1 -- Unit 1 Answers -- Unit 2 Assessing and developing argument -- The Unit 2 examination -- Track your progress -- Using a range of critical thinking terms -- Section C: Analysis of argument -- Chapter 18 Explanations -- Chapter 19 Intermediate conclusions -- Chapter 20 Analogies -- Chapter 21 Principles -- Section D: Evaluating arguments -- Chapter 22 Use of evidence to draw a conclusion -- Chapter 23 Flaws in arguments -- Chapter 24 Appeals in reasoning -- Chapter 25 Assessing the use of analogies in arguments -- Chapter 26 Assessing the use of principles in arguments -- Chapter 27 Assessing the use of hypothetical reasoning in an argument -- Section E: Developing your own arguments -- Chapter 28 Individual argument elements.Chapter 29 A developed argument -- Chapter 30 Maximising your performance on Unit 2 -- Unit 2 Answers -- Glossary -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- H -- I -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- V -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Z.This book has been written for students following the OCR AS Critical Thinking specification and is endorsed by OCR for use with units F501 (Introduction to Critical Thinking) and F502 (Assessing and Developing Argument). The text is designed for easy comprehension so that students can focus on the underlying skills and knowledge that they need to succeed in their exams. Key concepts are introduced simply and concisely, building in complexity as knowledge develops. - Guides students through the course with clear learning objectives - Gives them opportunities to apply key critical thinking skills with activities and exercises throughout - Helps them prepare confidently for unit exams with revision summaries, check-yourself questions and exam sections.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Critical Thinking : A Guide to Interpreting Literary Texts. by Manlove, Colin N.;
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Critical Thinking : An Introduction to Logic and Scientific Method. by Black, Max.;
Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- DEDICATION -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- TO THE STUDENT -- Part One-DEDUCTIVE LOGIC -- Chapter 1-INTRODUCTION: THE AIMS OF LOGIC -- Chapter 2-DEDUCTION AND INFORMAL ARGUMENT -- Chapter 3-VALIDITY AND FORM -- Chapter 4-CONDITIONAL ARGUMENT -- Chapter 5-TRUTH-TABLES AND CHAIN ARGUMENTS -- Chapter 6-ARGUMENTS INVOLVING ALTERNATIVES -- Chapter 7-THE FINER STRUCTURE OF PROPOSITIONS -- Chapter 8-THE SYLLOGISM -- Part Two-LANGUAGE -- Chapter 9-THE USES OF LANGUAGE -- Chapter 10-AMBIGUITY -- Chapter 11-DEFINITION -- Chapter 12-ASSORTED FALLACIES -- Part Three-INDUCTION AND SCIENTIFIC METHOD -- Chapter 13-THE GROUNDS OF BELIEF -- Chapter 14-INQUIRY AT THE COMMON-SENSE LEVEL -- Chapter 15-INDUCTIVE PROCEDURES I -- Chapter 16-INDUCTIVE PROCEDURES II -- Chapter 17-SCIENTIFIC METHOD -- Chapter 18-SCIENTIFIC DATA -- CHAPTER 19-SCIENTIFIC THEORY -- Appendix-GENERAL THEORY OF THE SYLLOGISM -- GLOSSARY -- SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING -- HINTS FOR SOLUTION OF EXERCISES IN REASONING (FIRST SERIES, P. 10) -- HINTS FOR SOLUTION OF EXERCISES IN REASONING (SECOND SERIES, P. 142) -- ANSWERS TO QUESTION 1, PAGE 262 -- ANSWERS TO COMPREHENSION TESTS -- REQUEST FROM THE PUBLISHER.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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