Logic

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Penguin, 1977 - Philosophy - 331 pages
7 Reviews
If a man supports Arsenal one day and Spurs the next then he is fickle but not necessarily illogical. From this starting point, and assuming no previous knowledge of logic, Wilfrid Hodges takes the reader through the whole gamut of logical expressions in a simple and lively way. Readers who are more mathematically adventurous will find optional sections introducing rather more challenging material.

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User Review  - chriszodrow - LibraryThing

A symbolic and mathematical approach to justifying arguments. Hodges seeks to be original, but fails. Not engaging or immediately helpful. If you can't sleep, give it a shot. Read full review

Review: Logic: An Introduction to Elementary Logic

User Review  - Lucas Gili - Goodreads

The book was first published in 1977 and is published by Penguin. I thought the book was good although the explanations and information was very short. Sometimes a topic was mentioned, the minimal ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
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Introduction
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Consistency
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Copyright

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