Errata


Errors and typos in the 2011 print edition of the book:

  1. Page 5 1.3.2, second paragraph line 3 - "a sawed off golf club" rather than "a sawed off a golf club".
  2. Page 13, 2.1 last paragraph line 3 - "pay attention" rather than "paying attention".
  3. Page 30 - 3.6 (a) "simplify" rather than "simply".
  4. Page 36, 4.5, first paragraph line 5 – “different senses” rather than “different sense”.
  5. Page 44 last but one paragraph - "depends on" rather than "depends".
  6. Page 48 first full paragraph line 3 – “it can usually be” rather than “it can be usually be”.
  7. Page 61 third full paragraph line 2 - “it was it was an egg” should be “it was an egg”.
  8. Page 71 - In the second argument example, "premise" and "conclusion" are the wrong way round. Should be "The first sentence is the conclusion and the second sentence is the premise."
  9. Page 78 - In the middle of the page, "Putu" should be "Sunarsih", "Chaak" should be "Ching".
  10. Page 84, line 6 - "we should try out best". Should be "our".
  11. Page 84, line 7 - "anyone who disagree"
  12. Page 91, line 3 - "inductively strength". Should be "inductive".
  13. Page 98, 99 - There are grey patches on the argument map diagrams. The grey patch next to "correct" should actually be a tick symbol, and the one next to "wrong" should be a cross symbol.
  14. Page 100 - There are two horizontal lines in the argument map diagram above "ok" and "correct". Both should be the tick symbol.
  15. Page 187 first paragrah of section 20.2 "judgment is made" rather than "judgment in made".
  16. Page 210 last but one paragraph - "rationalization become" rather than "rationalization becomes".
  17. Page 188 - "South Dakota" should be "North Dakota" in the second bullet point.
  18. Page 203 - There are two grey patches in the SWOT analysis diagram. The left one should be a "thumbs up" picture. The right one should be a "thumbs down" symbol.
  19. Page 218 third line from the bottom - "to work on". missing "to".
  20. Page 241, 11.1.d - Should be "If x is heavier than y and z cannot lift y, then z cannot lift x."

Thanks to Daniel Hill, Jackey Cheung, and Wai-hung Wong for identifying some of these errors.


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