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Logic: A Study Guide — First Order Logic

I have started working occasionally on an update for Teach Yourself Logic: A Study Guide. It now has a slightly different format — and a marginally snappier title, Logic:  A Study Guide. After three preliminary chapters — an “Introduction for Philosophers”, a … Continue reading → The post Logic: A Study Guide — First Order Logic appeared first on Logic [More]

Corrections, corrections …

I at last hit the “publish” button for Gödel Without (Too Many) Tears as an Amazon print-on-demand book; and within less than a day of its going live, I received a list of corrections and suggestions based on a late draft. … Continue reading → The post Corrections, corrections … appeared first on Logic [More]

Frate Filippo di Tommaso dipintore

In another world, we would have gone to Florence again this year before spring, before the tourists really return. Out of season, the city becomes a delight,  the galleries and churches peaceful, the cafés and restaurants recovered by the locals. … Continue reading → The post Frate Filippo di Tommaso dipintore appeared first on Logic [More]

Logic: A Study Guide

The Teach Yourself Logic study guide has, as I said a couple of posts ago, grown over the years in a really rather haphazard and disorganized way. Looking at it again, more carefully,  the guide really need to be rewriten from … Continue reading → The post Logic: A Study Guide appeared first on Logic [More]

Developing a writing style

There has been for quite a while a short page of notes here at Logic Matters, intended for graduate students (or indeed for anyone) on writing essays, thesis chapters, draft papers. I recently noticed that it is still visited two … Continue reading → The post Developing a writing style appeared first on Logic [More]

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