Intermediate Logic: Answer Key
Logic is the art of reasoning well—of learning to think God’s thoughts after Him. In this book, James Nance builds on the foundation of Introductory Logic for Christian and Home Schools to help students explore the more challenging terrain of formal, propositional logic.
This Answer Key provides not only answers to all of the standard student text exercises, but also includes answers and examples for the "Additional Exercises" section found at the end of each lesson. Required for course.
Changes in the New Edition
Our popular Logic curriculum has been changed in a number of critical areas:
First, in order to present to the student a more logical progression of topics, the section on defining terms has been moved from Intermediate Logic to Introductory Logic, where it is taught along with other branches of informal logic and
Second, review questions and review exercises have been added to each unit for every lesson in the text, effectively doubling the number of exercises for students to verify their knowledge and develop their understanding of the material. Additionally, some especially challenging problems have been included in the review exercises.
Third, the definitions of important terms, key points made, and caution signs regarding common errors are now set apart in the margins of the text. This should help students to distinguish the most important topics, as well as aid in their review of the material.
Fourth, every lesson has been reviewed in great detail with the goal of improving the clarity of the explanations and correcting several minor errors that were found in the original edition.
Fifth, the book is now in a handsome perfect-binding, with all exercise pages perforated for easy removal.
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11
Author: James Nance
James B. Nance has taught at Logos School since 1990, where he currently teaches logic, rhetoric, calculus, physics, and Christian doctrine. He is also the author of Intermediate Logic for Christian and Home Schools. James and his wife Giselle have four children.