San Bernardino: San Bernardino Community College District (2013)

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This is an OER, creative commons textbook for a course on critical thinking, logic, reasoning, and argumentation.
Keywords logic  reasoning  critical thinking  argumentation  prejudice  attitudes  textbook
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