This book consists of 220 logic problems on which students can practice their beginner's logic skills. At least one solution is provided for each exercise. The point is to provide a vehicle for practice that will t make additional demands on the instructor's time. In addition, Logic Problems, unlike most other secondary texts, does t require the additional purchase of a primary text. It includes sentential and predicate arguments, and employs truth tables, formal proofs, conditional proofs and reductio. Contents: The Apparatus; Sentential Problems; Predicate Problems; Sentential Solutions; Predicate Solutions.
James Hall is Thomas Professor of Philosophy at the University of Richmond in Virginia.