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LOGIC: Lecture Notes for Philosophy, Mathematics, and Computer Science

This textbook is a logic manual which includes an elementary course and an advanced course. It covers more than most introductory logic textbooks, while maintaining a comfortable pace that students can follow. Les mer
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This textbook is a logic manual which includes an elementary course and an advanced course. It covers more than most introductory logic textbooks, while maintaining a comfortable pace that students can follow. The technical exposition is clear, precise and follows a paced increase in complexity, allowing the reader to get comfortable with previous definitions and procedures before facing more difficult material. The book also presents an interesting overall balance between formal and philosophical discussion, making it suitable for both philosophy and more formal/science oriented students. This textbook is of great use to undergraduate philosophy students, graduate philosophy students, logic teachers, undergraduates and graduates in mathematics, computer science or related fields in which logic is required.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1 Basic notion.- 2 Validity.- 3 Formality.- 4 The symbols of propositional logic.- 5 The language L.- 6 Logical consequence in L.- 7 The system Sn.- 8 Derivability in Sn.- 9 The system Sa.- 10 Consistency, soundness, completeness.- 11 Quantification.- 12 The symbols of predicate logic.

Om forfatteren

Andrea Iacona is Professor of Logic at the University of Turin. His main research interests are in logic and philosophy of language. His publications include Propositions (Name 2002), and Logical Form (Springer 2018).