Methods of logic

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Harvard University Press, Jul 1, 1982 - Philosophy - 333 pages
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This widely used textbook of modern formal logic now offers a number of new features. Incorporating updated notations, selective answers to exercises, expanded treatment of natural deduction, and new discussions of predicate- functor logic and the affinities between higher set theory and the elementary logic of terms, Quine's new edition will serve admirably both for classroom and for independent use.

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User Review  - Adam - Goodreads

A relatively clear presentation, with rigor approximately between that of a standard introductory text and van Dalen's Logic and Structure. Uses a notation largely abandoned today, which is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gavin Brown - Goodreads

Very useful text on formal logic. However, the notation is antiquated. That being said, Quine's text is still one of the clearest and most thorough introductions on the subject. He writes in a style ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
TRUTH FUNCTIONS
7
Negation Conjunction and Alternation
9
Copyright

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