## Philosophy of Logic, 2nd Edition |

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User Review - John - GoodreadsKind of dull, I didn't get the sense of vibrant engagement with the subject matter that Quine usually provides. Perhaps I've just been reading too much about logic these days. Read full review

### Contents

1 Meaning and Truth | 1 |

2 Grammar | 15 |

3 Truth | 35 |

4 Logical Truth | 47 |

5 The Scope of Logic | 61 |

6 Deviant Logics | 80 |

7 The Ground of Logical Truth | 95 |

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