First-order Logic

First-order Logic

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An introduction to principles and notation of modern symbolic logic, for those with no prior courses. The structure of material follows that of Quine's Methods of Logic, and may be used as an introduction to that work, with sections on truth-functional logic, predicate logic, relational logic, and identity and description. Exercises are based on problems designed by authors including Quine, John Cooley, Richard Jeffrey, and Lewis Carroll. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORArguments, however, do not work like that: some premises are simply inadequate to yield yes-or-no answers to some questions. So the discovery of invalidity is more likely to show the inadequacy of the premises, which have turned out to be anbsp;...

Title:First-order Logic
Author: Leigh S. Cauman
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 1998-01-01

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