Being Logical, A Guide to Good Thinking, DQ McInerny
Functionally, McInerny’s book serves as a basic logic textbook, but it accomplishes its task in an approachable fashion. At 130 pages and laid out in a straightforward fashion, the reader will find the basics of rational reasoning, fallacies of logic to be avoided, and overall gives a thorough, but not overwhelming overview of the logical thinking process. If you are at all interested in logical argumentation, the book is an enjoyable read.
There is one significant error in the book. The reader is encouraged to see if they are able to spot it. Let me know if you think you’ve found it.
Anyone wishing to brush up on their reasoning skills would do well to work through the book.
5 stars, well recommended.