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Logical Thinking

Narrated by: Andrea Giordani
Length: 41 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Logic is an important part of the lives of humans, and it is something that has helped the human race so far for understanding various concepts of nature and their man-made things and inventions. 

Logic is a technique that can be applied to any stream where humans work. Logic is used for a better understanding of a concept. The concept can be a simple problem or a complex one. This can be varying from problems to problems. 

Here, a precise discussion is present to understand the major concept behind the logic. Logic is not merely a word, but it is a proficient technique for solving the problem. 

Here, the various arguments of logic are also discussed in order to understand the application of the right kind of logic to a particular problem. Apart from this, there will also be a section of the different types of logic that are most common to humans and are used most commonly used. 

The data provided will be beneficial in order to understand the various reasoning and arguments of logic and the significance of logic in the daily life of a human, as well as its importance in the professional life.

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Dive Deeper into Foundation of Logic

This book, narrated by a British woman, is great for diving deeper into the epistemology and methodology of Logic as a discipline. Although a bit dry, the author chunks the history and philosophy behind the study and application of logic in such a way as to make it accessible for all.

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