Issac Watts was a non-conformist who believed that the ability to think clearly was of the utmost importance no matter what profession he was in. This book on Logic and Reason is by the prolific hymn writer Issac Watts, and was a standard textbook for nearly 200 years. With chapters such as "Of Words, and their several Divisions, together with the Advantage and Danger of Them" this provides a unique look not only into logic, but into an era as well. 352 pages, hardcover with dust jacket; reprinted edition.
This was the textbook on clear thinking for over 200 years at both Oxford and Cambridge, as well as in New England. The Puritans studied logic so much because they believed that if a person could not think clearly then he could not interpret the Bible correctly. This book is of particular interest to those in Classical Christian schools and homeschool settings, but is also of great interest to every Christian.
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