The Logic Manual is the ideal introduction to logic for beginning philosophy students.
Author: Volker Halbach
Publisher: OUP Oxford
The Logic Manual is the ideal introduction to logic for beginning philosophy students. It offers a concise but complete introductory course, giving a firm grounding in the logic that is needed to study contemporary philosophy. Exercises, examples, and sample examination papers are provided on an accompanying website.
10.2 - 10.2 - 10.2 - 10.2 - 10.2 This book is the brand new (2015-0913), updated, and revised edition based on the latest version of Logic Pro X v10.2 My GEM books are the first and only Logic books based on the latest version 10.2.
Author: Edgar Rothermich
10.2 - 10.2 - 10.2 - 10.2 - 10.2 This book is the brand new (2015-0913), updated, and revised edition based on the latest version of Logic Pro X v10.2 My GEM books are the first and only Logic books based on the latest version 10.2. All other Logic books on the market are still based on older versions of Logic Pro Please note that this is a print-on-demand book that reflects the most recent update of the book released on September 13th, 2015. The content of the book is updated to reflect the new features, changes and additions from the current Logic Pro X v10.1 "Logic Pro X - The Details", from the best-selling GEM series (Graphically Enhanced Manuals), is the follow-up book of "Logic Pro X - How it Works". It explains all the remaining features in Logic Pro X with the same style by using rich illustrations and diagrams that are not found in any other manual. This is the first time that even beginners and intermediate Logic users can explore the more advanced features in Logic due to that easy to understand, visual approach of this manual. Due to the limitation of the print-on-demand books, this book is divided into two parts as the paperback versions. Here is the content of the Part 1 and Part 2: Part 1 1 - Introduction 2 - Workflow 3 - Advanced Editing 4 - Flex Introduction 5 - Flex Time 6 - Flex Pitch 7 - Browsers 8 - Audio File Management 9 - Advanced Audio 10 - Advanced MIDI 11 - Automation 12 - Automation (advanced) Part 2 13 - Music Notation 14 - Tempo & Time 15 - Working to Picture 16 - Synchronization 17 - The Environment 18 - Surround Sound 19 - Control Surfaces
"Logic Pro X - How it Works" from the GEM series (Graphically Enhanced Manuals) explains Apple's popular music production application "Logic Pro" with rich illustrations and diagrams that are not found in any other manual.
Author: Edgar Rothermich
"Logic Pro X - How it Works" from the GEM series (Graphically Enhanced Manuals) explains Apple's popular music production application "Logic Pro" with rich illustrations and diagrams that are not found in any other manual. This 362 pages letter size book presents this software application in great detail with that easy to understand, visual approach.- What are Graphically Enhanced Manuals (GEM)? They're a new type of manual with a visual approach that helps you UNDERSTAND a program, not just LEARN it. No need to read through 500 of pages of dry text explanations. Rich graphics and diagrams help you to get that "aha" effect and make it easy to comprehend difficult concepts. The Graphically Enhanced Manuals help you master a program much faster with a much deeper understanding of concepts, features and workflows in a very intuitive way that is easy to understand.
This is a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of logic (both formal logic and critical reasoning), with exceptionally clear yet conversational explanations and a multitude of engaging examples and exercises.
Author: Paul Herrick
Publisher: OUP USA
This is a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of logic (both formal logic and critical reasoning), with exceptionally clear yet conversational explanations and a multitude of engaging examples and exercises. Herrick's examples are on-point and fun, often bringing in real-life situations and popular culture. And more so than other logic textbooks, Introduction to Logic brings in the history of philosophy and logic through interesting boxes/sidebars and discussions, showing logic's relation to philosophy.
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Man Manual case , Rice v . Paladin Enterprises , Inc.296 The court appeared to
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Author: Martin H. Redish
Publisher: Stanford University Press
This book provides an exploration of the intersection between the McCarthy Era and the theory of free expression, as well as the implications of that intersection for both historical and constitutional inquiry.
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developments in logic. He says: ... It would take Kant to “execute” that idea (Log,
9: 6), however, a fact that must be reflected in a logic manual compiled on his
Author: Huaping Lu-Adler
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Immanuel Kant's enduring influence on philosophy is indisputable. In particular, Kant transformed debates on the fundamental questions in logic, and it is the significance and complexity of this accomplishment that Huaping Lu-Adler here explores. Kant's theory of logic represents a turning point in a history of philosophical debates over the following questions: Is logic a science, instrument, standard of assessment, or mixture of these? Kant's official answer to these questions centers on three distinctions: general versus particular logic; pure versus applied logic; pure general logic versus transcendental logic. The true meaning and significance of each distinction becomes clear, Lu-Adler argues, only if we consider two factors. First, Kant was mindful of various historical views on how logic relates to other branches of philosophy and to the workings of common human understanding. Second, he invented "transcendental logic" while struggling to secure metaphysics as a proper "science," and this conceptual innovation in turn held profound implications for his mature theory of logic. Against this backdrop, Lu-Adler reassesses the place of Kant's theory in the history of philosophy of logic and highlights certain issues that are debated today, including normativity of logic and the challenges posed by logical pluralism. Kant and the Science of Logic is both a history of philosophy of logic told from the Kantian viewpoint and a reconstruction of Kant's theory of logic from a historical perspective. It is a vital contribution to the study of Kantian logic.
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Author: Anne Reboul
There are three themed parts to this book: values, ethics and emotions in the first part, epistemology, perception and consciousness in the second part and philosophy of mind and philosophy of language in the third part. Papers in this volume provide links between emotions and values and explore dependency between language, meanings and concepts and topics such as the liar’s paradox, reference and metaphor are examined. This book is the second of a two-volume set that originates in papers presented to Professor Kevin Mulligan, covering the subjects that he contributed to during his career. This volume opens with a paper by Moya, who proposes that there is an asymmetrical relation between the possibility of choice and moral responsibility. The first part of this volume ends with a description of foolishness as insensitivity to the values of knowledge, by Engel. Marconi’s article makes three negative claims about relative truth and Sundholm notes shortcomings of the English language for epistemology, amongst other papers. This section ends with a discussion of the term ‘subjective character’ by Nida-Rümelin, who finds it misleading. The third part of this volume contains papers exploring topics such as the mind-body problem, whether theory of mind is based on simulation or theory and Künne shows that the most common analyses of the so-called 'Liar' paradox are wanting. At the end of this section, Rizzi introduces syntactic cartography and illustrates its use in scope-discourse semantics. This second volume contains twenty nine chapters, written by both high profile and upcoming researchers from across Europe, North America and North Africa. The first volume of this set has two main themes: metaphysics, especially truth-making and the notion of explanation and the second theme is the history of philosophy with an emphasis on Austrian philosophy.