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Introduction to Logic

Irving M. Copi
Paperback, 617 pages
ISBN-13: 9780023250354
10 Jan 1990
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philosophy / logic


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Introduction to Logic

Irving M. Copi
Hardback, 750 pages
ISBN-13: 9780023250415
29 Aug 1997
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Introduction to Logic: Book and Study Guide

Irving Copi
Hardback
ISBN-13: 9780023250446
23 Aug 1995
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Informal Logic

Irving M. Copi
Paperback, 380 pages
ISBN-13: 9780023250514
15 Nov 1991
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Elements of Reasoning

Edward P. J. Corbett
Paperback, 127 pages
ISBN-13: 9780023250712
6 Mar 1991
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