Logic is a textbook for undergraduate students of philosophy. This book provides students with a comprehensive and lucid explanation of all the important topics within this subject-including history of logic, categorical propositions and syllogisms, formal methods and fallacies, among others. Every chapter is broken up into several subtopics, each of which is followed by a set of questions. This makes it easier for students to tackle this vast subject systematically, and provides them with extra practice too. Written using lucid language, this book is a must-buy for any student looking for a thorough and easy-to-understand introductory book on logic.