Corinne Painter earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Painter is a member of the professional faculty of the philosophy department at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, where her course offerings include logic, critical thinking, ethics, social-political philosophy, and philosophy of religion. She is the co-editor of and a contributor to Phenomenology and the Non-Human Animal: At the Limits of Experience, and has published numerous articles on animal ethics, ancient philosophy, and Continental philosophy.
Dr. Painter has written a clear, easy to understand and use,
student friendly logic book. In an extremely accessible and
inviting style, Dr. Painter's book covers the major topics relevant
to an introductory course in logic. With Dr. Painter's book as a
companion, student learning outcomes are sure to be met." -Dr.
Carole Heath, philosophy, Malcolm X College
"With both clarity and insight, Dr. Painter provides students with a solid foundation for understanding-and more importantly-implementing the basic principles of argumentation. Not only will students become better thinkers as a result of working through this text, they will also find the process engaging and enjoyable. Remarkably concise, yet accessible to students at all levels, Logic for College Students is the ideal introductory logic text." -Laurel Madison, Saint Louis University, School for Professional Studies
"Prof. Painter's new book is admirably concise-focusing on just the right material for a one semester course in beginning logic. ... My experience suggests that Painter's "tips" address precisely the issues that tend to bother beginning students, and she does an excellent job of answering these questions that she raises on the students' behalf." -Professor James E. Roper, Philosophy, Michigan State University