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Formal Logic and the Liberal Arts

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Preston K. Covey Logic and Liberal Learning: Some Salient Issues
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Thomas Schwartz Logic as a Liberal Art
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Monroe C. Beardsley Logic and Rhetoric
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Wesley C. Salmon In Praise of Relevance
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Preston K. Covey Formal Logic and Philosophic Analysis
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Gerald J. Massey The Pedagogy of Logic: Humanistic Dimensions
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Robert H. Ennis A Conception of Deductive Logic Competence
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Thomas N. Tomko Evaluation of Formal Logic Competence
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Patrick Suppes Direct Inference in English
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Nuel D. Belnap, Jr. Logica Docens and Relevance
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Contents of Volume Four, 1981
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New Publications: Received by 1 September 1981
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Gregory A. Ross, George Semb Philosophy Can Teach Critical Thinking Skills
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Ralph H. Johnson The New Logic Course: The State of the Art in Non-Formal Methods of Argument Analysis
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Zachary Seech RET: An Informal Method of Evaluating Reasoning
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Daniel A. Putman Sophomore Seminars in Two-Year Colleges
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special review of the hastings center report on teaching ethics
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Marcus G. Singer The Teaching of Ethics in Higher Education: A Report by the Hastings Center
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Michael Hooker Legal Ethics and Legal Education
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S. Jack Odell Teaching Ethics in Journalism Education
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Natalie Abrams Teaching Bioethics: Strategies, Problems, and Resources
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