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  1. Learning logic, like almost everything else, is best started with textbooks. The selection of textbooks depends on your educational level, your specialization and your tasks. There are different textbooks of logic – more complex, simpler, for schoolchildren, for students, for lawyers, for philosophers, etc., with a bias in conducting discussions, in logical paradoxes, in syllogistics, in mathematical logic.

  2. Indeed, I do not have complete information on all the works, but Aristotle wrote about logic in his time(in the Organon), of course we should not pass by Descartes(“Arguments on Method”), and Kant also dealt with logic(although not about it, his works are mostly about it. That is, it is a “Critique of Pure reason”). In general, many works of philosophers are either directly tied to logic, or use it. Hegel and his “Science of Logic”can also be attributed here. I'm sure you can write a lot more stuff, but I personally remember these works.

  3. Solve practical problems.

    The teacher can be deceived, the task book can be deceived, the opponent in chess can be deceived.

    Practice cannot be deceived.

    • Write a website (or an app, such as a game, for Android Iphone).

    • Take a prize at the city Physics Olympiad (if you are not in Dolgoprudny or Novosibirsk)… live).

    • earn $ 1,000 for the next summer on the freelance exchange as a programmer


  4. It is interesting to read the logic of ancient times, how people thought, acted in accordance with this, I was hooked by the book Bhagavad-Gita as it is, many scientists are surprised how much logic and practical things there are, you can seeHere

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