The Lady Or the Tiger? and Other Logic Puzzles: Including a Mathematical Novel that Features Gödel's Great Discovery

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Times Books, 1992 - Games & Activities - 226 pages
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The paperback reprint of Smullyan's most successful book of puzzles--a mind-bending, pleasurable romp through the world of logic. For all ages and all levels of difficulty, these puzzles range from those that can be solved in minutes to those that will beguile for hours.

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Raymond Smullyan is considered one of America's most inventive creators of logic puzzles. His many writings include a previous volume of recreational logic and math problems, What Is the Name of This Book?; two studies of deductive logic in chess, The Chess Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes and The Chess Mysteries of the Arabian Nights; two collections of philosophical essays and aphorisms; The Tao Is Silent and This Book Needs No Title, and most recently, Satan, Cantor, and Infinity. He is a professor of mathematical logic at Indiana University.

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