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DERIVATION AT DEDUCTION By MICHAEL TAYLOR
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Elements of Deductive Logic By Antony Eagle
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This is a textbook covering the basics of formal logic and elementary metatheory. Its distinguishing feature is that it has more emphasis on metatheory than comparable introductory textbooks. It was... More > originally written to accompany lectures in an introductory to intermediate logic course at the University of Oxford, but it is designed to be used independently.< Less
Home Office Deductions Made Easy By Marvin Mitchell
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There are many traps for the inexperienced business person, and unfortunately the IRS will not accept ignorance as a defense when they are evaluating your home business expense deductions. Written... More > by a former IRS Tax Examiner, this publication addresses many accounting and tax related concerns by offering smart suggestions and detailed explanations.< Less
Home Office Deductions Made Easy By Marvin Mitchell
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There are many traps for the inexperienced business person, and unfortunately the IRS will not accept ignorance as a defense when they are evaluating your home business expense deductions. Written... More > by a former IRS Tax Examiner, this publication addresses many accounting and tax related concerns by offering smart suggestions and detailed explanations.< Less
Occam's Razor & Other Deductive Proofs for Truth and God By David Dunbar
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Offers refutations of William of Occam, Georg Hegel's 'Elements of the Philosophy of Right,' Charles Darwin's 'Descent of Man,' the dispute between Galileo and the Pope. Dismisses empiricism and the... More > scientific method as a permanently flawed method of reason. Shows axioms for the theory of relativity, backwards time travel, and social learning theory in scripture. Shows humanism as a deductive proof for God.< Less
The Happy Golfer: Being Some Experiences, Reflections, and a Few Deductions of a Wandering Golfer By Henry Leach
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The Happy Golfer: Being Some Experiences, Reflections, and a Few Deductions of a Wandering Golfer by Henry Leach, 1914. Being some experiences, Reflections, and a Few Deductions of a wandering... More > Player. The first of the seven wonders of golf is a mysterious fascination that it sets towards mankind, from which, overwhelming and enduring, no people are immune. The game seizes men of all ages, of every nationality, all occupations, dispositions, temperaments—all of them. The charm acts upon men and women alike. Sometimes we have suspected that males are more whole-hearted golfers; but there are circumstances of quick recurrence to cause a doubt, and even were there none the fancied difference would be capable of explanation. It has nearly become an established rule that they golf the most who golf the last, for there is no man of the links so keen, so simple and humble in his abandonment to the game, as he who but lately held aloof and laughed, with many a gibe upon the madness of the class.< Less
Why a High Deductible Ohio Health Insurance Plan is a Good Choice By Tracy McManamon
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Brilliant Deduction: The Story of Real-Life Great Detectives By Matt Kuhns
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"Brilliant Deduction" asks the question "who are the greatest detectives ever" and then attempts to find an answer which doesn't involve fictional characters. The result is nine... More > men whose careers in the 19th and early 20th century represent the heroic years of real-world detection, from the very first full-time professionals to the Prohibition era. Each chapter examines a different detective (or, in one case, a detective partnership) who became a legend in his own time, and in some cases a full-fledged celebrity. At the same time, the larger narrative ties these individual histories together to explore how real-life detectives rose to such fame for nearly 100 years, then fell back into obscurity.< Less
Brilliant Deduction: The Story of Real-Life Great Detectives By Matt Kuhns
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"Brilliant Deduction" asks the question "who are the greatest detectives ever" and then attempts to find an answer which doesn't involve fictional characters. The result is nine... More > men whose careers in the 19th and early 20th century represent the heroic years of real-world detection, from the very first full-time professionals to the Prohibition era. Each chapter examines a different detective (or, in one case, a detective partnership) who became a legend in his own time, and in some cases a full-fledged celebrity. At the same time, the larger narrative ties these individual histories together to explore how real-life detectives rose to such fame for nearly 100 years, then fell back into obscurity.< Less
Brilliant Deduction: The Story of Real-Life Great Detectives By Matt Kuhns
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"Brilliant Deduction" asks the question "who are the greatest detectives ever" and then attempts to find an answer which doesn't involve fictional characters. The result is nine... More > men whose careers in the 19th and early 20th century represent the heroic years of real-world detection, from the very first full-time professionals to the Prohibition era. Each chapter examines a different detective (or, in one case, a detective partnership) who became a legend in his own time, and in some cases a full-fledged celebrity. At the same time, the larger narrative ties these individual histories together to explore how real-life detectives rose to such fame for nearly 100 years, then fell back into obscurity.< Less