Language, Proof, and Logic, Volume 1

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CSLI Publications, 2000 - Philosophy - 587 pages
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A textbook designed for interaction between software and text exercises in concepts of logic, language, truth, argument, consequence, proof, and counter-example.

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DONT BUY THIS!!!!!!! The book is okay but the programs are AWFUL!!!!! They constantly crash and freeze, generally in the most important part of my homework. The programs it includes do not even deserve one star but that is the lowest I can give it. This is a waste of money, do not buy it!!!! 

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User Review  - Carly Wilson - Goodreads

The book is okay, a bit confusing and pretty tedious. The programs are absolute crap. Do NOT buy this. It will crash and freeze constantly and you will grow to become very frustrated. If you have to ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Atomic Sentences
19
The Logic of Atomic Sentences
41
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Etchemendy is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and Researcher at the Center for the Study of Language and Information.

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