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Goalfinder classes UGC / CBSE NET SET Logical Reasoning subject covers in detail the syllabus of UGC / CBSE NET SET paper 1 Logical Reasoning exam. Material covers types of reasoning, arguments, definitions, assertions and Venn diagram with examples and exercises. Total number of Pages is 86.

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Out of total 10 topics in UGC NET / SET Paper 1, logical reasoning topic is covered in this ebook of course material
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Topics cover syllabus of Logical Reasoning in detail and are supported by exercises

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Reasoning
Premise
Conclusion
Exercise on Premise and Conclusion

Argument
Valid argument
Invalid argument
Sound / Unsound argument
Exercise Arguments

Reasoning
Inductive / Deductive Reasoning and Arguments
Cogent and Uncogent Arguments
Exercise on Inductive and Deductive Arguments
Exercise: Sound /Unsound, Valid/ Invalid Arguments

Definitions
AEIO Forms
Exercise - Proposition Translation

What are the Main Types of Reasoning?
Deductive reasoning
Reductive Reasoning
Abductive reasoning
Inductive reasoning
Exercise : Inductive or Deductive
Exercise (Inductive and Deductive)
Exercise (Inductive and Deductive)
Syllogism (Deductive reasoning)
. Categorical Reasoning
. Hypothetical Reasoning (if- then)
. Disjunctive Reasoning (Either P or Q)
Circular reasoning
Some types of inductive reasoning:
Generalization reasoning
Causal reasoning
Analogical reasoning
Predictive Conjecture or Analogical Predicting
Exercise on Reasoning
Exercise on Reasoning

Proposition
Square of Opposition
Exercise: Contradictory, contrary, subcontrary, subaltern

Applied Definitions
Lexical Definition
Stipulative Definition
Precising Definition
Theoretical Definitions
Persuasive Definitions
Exercise Definitions
Exercise Definitions

Assertion and Argument
Transitivity, Symmetricity, Reflexivity and Equivalence
Transitivity
Symmetricity
Reflexivity
Equivalence

Venn Diagram
A. EAE
B. AAA
C. AII-3
D. AII-2
E. EAO

Fallacies in Arguments
Answers to exercises

 

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