Teaching Philosophy 19 (2):121-125 (1996)

This paper outlines various classroom exercises to be given at the beginning of an introductory logic course. The purpose of the exercises is to gain students’ attention while introducing them to basic terms and principles of logic, both inductive and deductive. The suggested exercises are flexible enough to introduce a range of material and to do so in a variety of sequences, according to the instructor’s preference
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DOI 10.5840/teachphil199619233
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