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Friends, welcome to the first page of Logic in India. It is for Indian students prepared for first paper entitled Principles of Logic in Diploma-in-Reasoning course of Department of Philosophy, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, where I taught four years. It is also beneficial for graduate students who have elementary logic course in their syllabus. Basically I used both printed books and internet sources to prepare it. You can find the course syllabus in my post “Philosophy is Nothing without Logic” at The Positive Philosophy page and also in the side links of this page. This is only a draft, kindly send your suggestions and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, I shall be highly thankful to you. A short list of reference books are mentioned below of the Table of Contents and reference sites are linked with this page. This page introduces the basic conceptions of formal logic, informal logic and also Symbolic logic.
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