## The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, Volume 3 |

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greater part than the absolute concept of truth and includes it as a special case".

Furthermore, in the same section he defines truth in a given domain with -

elements and truth in every individual domain for the calculus of classes (see

greater part than the absolute concept of truth and includes it as a special case".

Furthermore, in the same section he defines truth in a given domain with -

elements and truth in every individual domain for the calculus of classes (see

**Tarski**[26, ...Page 235

automatically serve as a countermodel for every argument in the same form. The

natural question arising is what sort of conception of logical consequence ...

**Tarski**builds this into his definition by making a countermodel for one argumentautomatically serve as a countermodel for every argument in the same form. The

natural question arising is what sort of conception of logical consequence ...

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vague notion. Modal expressions such as 'it can never happen' or 'must' are used

for emphatic purposes and they are simply superimposed over the strict

definitional wording, either to take part in

informal ...

vague notion. Modal expressions such as 'it can never happen' or 'must' are used

for emphatic purposes and they are simply superimposed over the strict

definitional wording, either to take part in

**Tarski's**explications, or to shape theinformal ...

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### Contents

Articles | 9 |

Set theory generated by Abelian group theory by Paul C Eklof | 17 |

On the decision problem for twovariable firstorder logic by Erich Gradel | 58 |

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