Material for further reference and consultation is mentioned in the lectures. However, for convenience, I will make available a list of general references and also, where appropriate, specific references to further reading for particular topics.
Where’s the list?
The reference material is already typed up on the bibliography page for the first logic lecture found here:
And can also be seen in the slides around the 7 minute 9 second mark of lecture one.
Here are some free online versions of the bibliography:
The Science of Logic by Peter Coffey
Basic Logic by Raymond McCall
A Practical Study of Argument by Trudy Govier
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