Workshop on Introductory Logic (Introduction to Fallacies)

This is a copy of a small workshop I did on introductory logic, mostly focusing on logical fallacies. I used some of the material I had done in my “introductory logic” series. This was a friendly and very simple workshop just to name some fallacies and have a small talk about some examples of them for some younger students.

I thought it may come in handy for some small workshop in highschools or college if I put it here for download: Introductory Logic



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