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Exercises!

Thirty-six of the chapters in IFL2 have end-of-chapter exercises. Thirty-one of these  sets of exercises now have on-line answers, often with quite detailed discussion, available here. That includes all the chapters up to and including the chapters on QL proofs. … Continue reading → The post Exercises! appeared first on Logic [More]

IFL2 update … and online lectures?

IFL2 should be published this month. You can admire the cover and “look inside” at an excerpt here, courtesy of CUP  (though the first chapter is not particularly representative). There’s more info at the book’s homepage here. I’m gradually populating … Continue reading → The post IFL2 update … and online lectures? appeared first on Logic [More]

Covered in blue …

So here’s the cover for IFL2 (click for a larger version).  The painting, my choice, is Kandinsky’s Blue Painting (Blaues Bild) from January 1924. It has been slightly cropped by CUP’s designers but I do think it still makes for … Continue reading → The post Covered in blue … appeared first on Logic [More]

Better late than never …

So here we are: four hundred and twenty pages of logical goodness, written with insight, clarity, zest, and wit, making it an unmissable read for students new and old. Well, that’s the theory …. Kind friends and relations have said … Continue reading → The post Better late than never … appeared first on Logic [More]

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