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The Fallacy Detective

Thirty-Six Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning  by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn

The Thinking Toolbox

Thirty-Five Lessons That Will Build Your Reasoning Skills by  Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn

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The Argument Builder is the ideal companion to The Art of Argument for students in eighth grade and up, as well as many curious adults! Where The Art of Argument enables students to find and identify fallacies in various kinds of writing and speech, The Argument Builder, trains students to build their own sound and persuasive arguments.

Material Logic I
Whether you want a follow-on course to Memoria Press’ popular
Traditional Logic program, or simply an introductory thinking skills course for high school grades, this new addition to Memoria Press’ widely acclaimed Classical Trivium Core Series is a valuable tool in teaching your student to think.

Classical Rhetoric with Aristotle
The only "classroom ready" rhetoric course available for teachers and parents. Martin Cothran designed this course after teaching it for several years in his classical school. Save hundreds of research hours preparing materials to teach Aristotle; Martin has done it all for you. 
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Handbook Of Christian Apologetics

Kreeft, Peter Author, Tacelli, Ronald Author

This book, by popular Christian writer (and logic teacher) Peter Kreeft, is the perfect supplement for Traditional Logic. Modern skeptical arguments are here in abudance-all logically answered. In fact, the first chapter contains a mini-lesson in logic, which your child will recognize immediately from Traditional Logic I. Students love to see something they have learned incorporated into real books. This book will help your student see how important and useful traditional logic is--and at the same time fortify them in their faith. Our monks assure us that it was a match made in heaven (and they ought to know).

Traditional Logic I: Introduction to Formal Logic
Finally, an excellent book for teaching the original thinking skill, Logic.  This book, designed for grades 8 and up, provides a systematic study of formal logic without falling prey to the topic-hopping found in most contemporary logic programs. 
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Traditional Logic II: Advanced Formal Logic - This book is a continuation of Traditional Logic, Book I.  It covers the four figures of the traditional syllogism, the three forms of rhetorical arguments (called enthymemes), the three kinds of hypothetical syllogisms, the four kinds of complex syllogisms, as well as relational arguments.

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The Discovery of Deduction: An Introduction to Formal Logic

The Discovery of Deduction: An Introduction to Formal Logic will welcome you into the fascinating realm of formal, deductive logic. Formal logic studies how an argument is put together—the form or structure of an argument.

This text comes in a workbook format with clear explanations and many updated illustrations and examples to insure understanding and mastery.

How To Read A Book

Figures of Speech: 60 Ways To Turn A Phrase [Paperback]



The Rhetoric & Poetics of Aristotle is a required text for this course.   It is available for FREE online here