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This book provides an overview of the current debates about the nature and extent of our moral obligations to animals.... see more

This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle. Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a... see more

This book contains a collection of exercises that can be used for a logics class. This is the complete scanned version of... see more

This learning package contains: Teacher Notes; a set of 10 online tasks; a complete reading and viewing list; and some... see more

The Authentic Assessment Toolbox is a how-to text on creating authentic tasks, rubrics and standards for measuring and... see more

B.C. Campus Open Education: Open Textbook Self-Publishing Guide is a practical reference/development tool for individuals... see more

How do we know what we know? In this stimulating and rigorous book, Mark McBride explores two sets of issues in... see more

A blog, a book and valuable resources on Zen and positive living, developing resilience for stress, and making a... see more

This course is an introduction to economics for non-majors and political economy, with an emphasis on the moral and... see more

This course explores the nature of love through works of philosophy, literature, film, poetry, and individual experience.... see more

The California State University and MERLOT have partnered to showcase how and why faculty have adopted Open Educational... see more

Extensive collection of links to codes of ethics of professional and other groups.

This is a free, online textbook in the form of a wikibook. According to the site, "The intention of this book is to... see more

This work was developed as an Open Textbook (OER, Open Educational Resource) for use in a lower-level Philosophy course... see more

This course offers a comprehensive introduction to critical thinking. Students gain knowledge of deductive and inductive... see more

This first chapter explains what it means to be logical—to reason logically. It demonstrates the usefulness of logical... see more

In exploring the concept of implication, which is at the heart of nearly all reasoning, we divided it into two types:... see more

This chapter introduced the concept of a sentence's logical form and the concept of logical equivalence between... see more

This chapter focused on the logical forms of arguments in Aristotle's class logic. For deductive arguments involving... see more

Inductive arguments are more common than deductive arguments, and they are more difficult to analyze, but logical... see more

This chapter explored the difference between a causal claim and one that is merely correlational. Causality and... see more

When scientists are trying to gain a deep understanding of how the world works, they seek general patterns rather than... see more

Every argument contains at least one intended conclusion plus one or more supporting reasons, called premises. However,... see more

To be a good communicator, you should be precise enough for the purpose at hand. When faced with a claim that someone... see more