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Podcast Recommendation: LSAT Logic In Everyday Life

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If you're interested in how logic applies to the contemporary arguments you hear daily, I highly recommend the Princeton Review podcast LSAT Logic In Everyday Life.

The episodes are very short and analyze the logical arguments related to current events.  Your host, Andrew Brody, treats the arguments from a dispassionate point of view, attempting to pick out their logical merits as though they were presented on the LSAT.

I love that the show's opening theme sounds like the beginning to some sham self-help tape, when the content of the podcast is anything but.

It's not just for people who are preparing for the LSAT.  If you have an interest in logic and breaking down and understanding arguments, you'll find this podcast very entertaining.


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