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PHILO 129 curated list - Introduction to Critical Thinking and Logic

PHILO 129 curated list

Course Outline of Records:

Textbook: A Concise Introduction to Logic (Hurley)

Book (CCC Reserve- several copies available- Reserve 49.19)

eBook (3 user usage available)


Introduction to Logic (Copi)

eBook (3 user usage available)

MLA Handbook, 8th edition

Book (Print)- (CCC)

MLA Citation Guide- (CCC Online)

Handouts (CCC-print)

Films and Videos

Films on Demand- Philosophy

Kanopy- Philosophy

Academic Videos online- Philosophy


A concise introduction to logic (DeLancey) (2017) Open SUNY (CCC eBook)

Fundamental Methods of Logic (Knachel)(2017) (CCC eBook)


Logical Reasoning (Dowden)(2021)Libretext(CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Fundamental Methods of Logic (Knachel) (2021)Libretext(CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Introduction to Philosophy Reader (Levin et al.) (2021)Libretext(CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Critical Reasoning and Writing (Levin et al.)(2021) Libretext (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Introduction to Philosophy: Logic (2020) (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

OER Repositories

OER Commons (2021) CC-BY-NC-SA Open Educational Resources (OER) network for collaboration among the California community college system

Open Text (2021) CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0- Provide textbooks, videos, and presentations

Sample Canvas Shell

Sample Philosophy Canvas Shell

Note: The library can buy both print and electronic copies of titles like those listed.  In the past, the library has purchased up to 3 print copies of a reserve title.  We are not able to buy multiple copies of eBook titles. When possible, the library buys eBooks that can have unlimited simultaneous users.  However, per the publisher, some eBooks are limited to 3 or even 1 user at a time.  The library does not buy class sets of books.  For class sets please contact Maritez Apigo for a grant application.