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Logic after Nance Books

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Oldest loves Logic! She did Intro and Int Logic by Nance, and wants more. What's a good next step? College level Logic? Move on the rhetoric (Nance recommends Fitting Words)? MP's Material Logic? She is not interested in speech and debate (she has an expressive speech LD, she may eventually get there but her extemporaneous speaking - even in having conversations - is hampered by the LD), or anything with lots of discussion - she likes to play with ideas in her own head.  We are looking into programming (another interest) but I'm hoping to have something that stays in the realm of English language. She also enjoyed listening to several hours of The History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps with me. Is there a good self-teaching book covering predicate and term Logic? Or inductive reasoning? 

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