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    I see a bunch of excellent reading materials suggested on Lesson 1. I have no background on Logic, and I am completely new. If I were to buy one (if there is one!) as a companion book for this course what should/would that be?

    Abdul Rasheed


    I have the same exact question. I am working on these lectures as part of a homeschool curriculum – it would be very useful to read just one or two excellent books on the subject. Thank you.


    I’m reading “Basic Logic” by Raymond McCall. I chose this one primarily because Professor Casey referred to it as “a gem.” So far, so good.

    You can find some pretty inexpensive copies by typing the ISBN into Google.

    Or try


    Thanks jlk685.


    Thank you jlk685. I will get the same book too.

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