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A Mathematical Introduction to Logic

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A theory of natural numbers with just the successor function built in which is shown to be complete and decidable, and a decision procedure by elimination of quantifiers is given. The chapter was pitched at a significantly higher level mathematically than much of logci rest of the text — notably the chapter to follow on propositional logic — and made the text seem rather more daunting than it actually was.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. A second edition was published inand a glance at the section headings indicates much the same overall structure: Academic Press October 31, Mathenatical We students thought the course and book difficult, though in a good way, and we kept our interest in logic. I would also have loved to see some more high-level discussion on the history of FOL and justification for it’s prominence, the decline of syllogistic logic, the origins of Boolean algebra, etc.

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