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Get study help for deductive reasoning skills. Reasoning study guides and practice exercises will help you review deductive reasoning.

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    Inductive vs Deductive Reasoning Help

    Introduction to Inductive vs Deductive Reasoning "You should carefully study the Art of Reasoning, as it is what most people are very deficient in, and I know few things more disagreeable than to argue, or even converse with a man who has no idea of ...

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    Evaluating Evidence Help

    Introduction to Evaluating Evidence "You cannot lie ever, because a lie destroys the credibility of the product, and credibility is more important than anything. Credibility's even more important than clarity."

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    Recognizing A Good Argument Help

    Introduction to Recognizing A Good Argument "When I am getting ready to reason with a man, I spend one-third of my time thinking about myself and what I am going to say and two-thirds about him and what he is going to say." ...

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    Critical Thinking and Reasoning Skills Review Help

    Critical Thinking and Reasoning Skills Review "No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking." —Voltaire, French writer and philosopher (1694–1778) Lesson Summary This ...

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    Reasoning Skills and Appeals to Emotion Help

    Introduction to Reasoning Skills and Appeals to Emotion "They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel." —Carl W. Buechner, author (1926–) Lesson ...

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    Logical Fallacies Help

    Introduction to Logical Fallacies "We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." —Albert Einstein, German theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner (1879–1955)

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    Logical Fallacies in Deductive Reasoning Help

    Exercises for this lesson can be found at Ad Hominem, Red Herring, and Straw Man: Reasoning Skills Success Practice Exercises. Introduction to Logical Fallacies in Deductive ...

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    Deductive Reasoning Study Guide

    Lesson Summary The two operations of our understanding, intuition and deduction, on which alone we have said we must rely in the acquisition of knowledge. René Descartes, French philosopher, mathematician, scientist ...

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    Deductive Fallacy Study Guide

    Lesson Summary Logical errors are, I think, of greater practical importance than many people believe; they enable their perpetrators to hold the comfortable opinion on every subject in turn. Bertrand Russell, British philosopher, ...

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    Common Logical Fallacies Study Guide

    Lesson Summary The first point of wisdom is to discern that which is false; the second, to know that which is true. Lactantius, North-African author and rhetoric teacher (c. 250–325 b.c.e.) You read and hear arguments every ...

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