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Traditional Logic I Set - An Introduction to Formal Logic

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Traditional Logic I Set

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This set contains the text book and answer key

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A logic course for all ages but designed for use as young as 7th grade, Traditional Logic is an in-depth study of the classical syllogism. Along with a basic understanding of the Christian theory of knowledge, the text presents the four kinds of logical statements, the four ways propositions can be opposed, the three ways in which they can be equivalent, and the seven rules for the validity of syllogisms.

     This comprehensive but easy-to-use course includes both text and key and can be used as either a one-semester or one-year course. Nonconsumable.

Traditional Logic, Book I, by Martin Cothran is the most helpful logic course out there today.
~ Christine Miller, Classical Christian Homeschooling

An in-depth study of the syllogism, taught in the traditional three part method.
Designed specifically for the teacher with no logic background
Each chapter, in appx. 5 pages of text, explains challenging concepts in clear concise language.
Brief but comprehensive explanations of each lesson are followed by well-structured daily exercises. 
For high school students, mature 7th and 8th graders, and adults. 
A systematic course in formal logic, not a sampling of logic topics.
Find out how the nature of anything can be categorized using the "Porphyrian Tree."
Learn the 4 logical statements, the 4 ways statements can be opposite, the 3 ways they can be equivalent & the 7 rules for validity.
Memorize the medieval chant for the 19 valid argument forms.
Study famous arguments from history, such as Descartes’ "I think, therefore I am"; C. S. Lewis’ "trilemma"; St. Thomas Aquinas on the existence of God; David Hume on the problem of evil; and others from Augustine, Shakespeare, Plato, Seneca, Tertullian, Lewis Carroll, and the Bible. 4 Easy-to-use format; day-by-day, self-explanatory exercises; simple explanations of concepts.
Students learn Christian epistemology (the theory of knowledge), the  traditional "square of opposition", the three techniques for transforming logical statements into their equivalents, and the seven rules for validity.

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