Best books/online resources to learn Conditional Reasoning

Wodin
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Best books/online resources to learn Conditional Reasoning

Postby Wodin » Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:24 am

I understand conditional reasoning for the most part. What I'm having trouble with is using conditional reasoning with regards to logical reasoning. I'm having a hard time making a stimulus and answer choices in to conditional statements.

All I have so far is the logical reasoning bible. Is there any other books or online resources you all would recommend for better understanding conditional reasoning and/or (in)formal logic?

Wodin
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Re: Best books/online resources to learn Conditional Reasoning

Postby Wodin » Thu Jul 07, 2011 4:33 pm

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Sloth Hero
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Re: Best books/online resources to learn Conditional Reasoning

Postby Sloth Hero » Thu Jul 07, 2011 5:28 pm

Not sure what you're asking because conditional reasoning is a type of logical reasoning, unless you are referring to the LR section of the test as 'logical reasoning'.

And the LRbible explains everything you need for LSAT conditional reasoning.

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Re: Best books/online resources to learn Conditional Reasoning

Postby EarlCat » Thu Jul 07, 2011 6:29 pm

I recommending asking your conditional reasoning questions here:
Conditional Reasoning
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Re: Best books/online resources to learn Conditional Reasoning

Postby Jeffort » Thu Jul 07, 2011 6:56 pm

Wodin wrote:I understand conditional reasoning for the most part. What I'm having trouble with is using conditional reasoning with regards to logical reasoning. I'm having a hard time making a stimulus and answer choices in to conditional statements.

All I have so far is the logical reasoning bible. Is there any other books or online resources you all would recommend for better understanding conditional reasoning and/or (in)formal logic?


Not every question in LR sections contains conditional statements, only some of them do per section.




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