Methods of Logic
Edition: 4th 1982
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Description: This widely used textbook of modern formal logic now offers a number of new features. Incorporating updated notations, selective answers to exercises, expanded treatment of natural deduction, and new discussions of predicate- functor logic and the affinities between higher set theory and the elementary logic of terms, Quine's new edition will serve admirably both for classroom and for independent use.
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List price: $35.50
Copyright year: 1982
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 11/16/1982
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Negation, Conjunction, and Alternation|
|Consistency and Validity|
|Words into Symbols|
|Alternational Normal Schemata|
|General Terms and Quantifiers|
|Limits of These Methods|
|Tests of Validity|
|Some Boolean Incidentals|
|The Bound Variable|
|Rules of Passage. Monadic Schemata|
|Prenexity and Purity|
|General Theory of Quantification|
|The Main Method|
|Decisions and the Undecidable|
|Functional Normal Forms|
|Other Methods for Validity|
|Elimination of Singular Terms|
|Elimination of Variables|
|Axiomatic Set Theory Partial Answers to Exercises|