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Review An exceptional textbook that will be an invaluable resource to both students and instructors. Those familiar with Weston's popular A Rulebook for Arguments will be delighted by this comprehensive workbook, which includes detailed and entertaining sets of exercises for each rule (Part I), engaging model student responses (Part II), and well-crafted activities to develop critical thinking skills (Part III). --Michael Strawser, University of Central FloridaThis comprehensive text models what it teaches. It combines concise principles of critical thinking with delightful examples and engaging exercises. --Joanne B. Ciulla, University of RichmondWorkbook not only provides a basic introduction to critical thinking but also contains a wealth of exercises, sample answers, and evaluations of sample arguments conducive to deepening and applying critical thinking skills, both in writing and in oral presentations. It is a valuable asset for critical thinking courses and is accessible both in terms of the clear structure of its content and its price. --Daniela Vallega-Neu, University of OregonThis comprehensive text models what it teaches. It combines concise principles of critical thinking with delightful examples and engaging exercises. --Joanne B. Ciulla, University of RichmondWorkbook not only provides a basic introduction to critical thinking but also contains a wealth of exercises, sample answers, and evaluations of sample arguments conducive to deepening and applying critical thinking skills, both in writing and in oral presentations. It is a valuable asset for critical thinking courses and is accessible both in terms of the clear structure of its content and its price. --Daniela Vallega-Neu, University of OregonThis comprehensive text models what it teaches. It combines concise principles of critical thinking with delightful examples and engaging exercises. --Joanne B. Ciulla, University of RichmondWorkbook not only provides a basic introduction to critical thinking but also contains a wealth of exercises, sample answers, and evaluations of sample arguments conducive to deepening and applying critical thinking skills, both in writing and in oral presentations. It is a valuable asset for critical thinking courses and is accessible both in terms of the clear structure of its content and its price. --Daniela Vallega-Neu, University of Oregon Read more About the Author David R. Morrow is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.Anthony Weston is Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies at Elon University. Read more

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