Do you think it would be suitable for learning more about sequent calculi in general, and proof theory in specific? updated Mar 24, 2019 06:15PM — But, equally, many become quite unencouraging to a poor student trying to teach himself logic from scratch when he sees their price. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. published 1988, avg rating 4.13 — This is the book of Daniel Cunningham, Having a guide is great for allowing more time to admire the scenery, rather than focusing wholly on not falling over cliffs, so to speak. published 1978, avg rating 4.27 — It is interesting to note that recently there appeared another book on the set theory that seems to belong to the opposite pole in the sense that the strong accent is put on the axioms from the very beginning. It was, even if very hard to read for a relatively inexperienced undergraduate like myself, immensely satisfying, to get a birds-eye view on the topics that were being introduced in my Intro to Gödel’s class with little context and great specificity. Great read! Any take on whether it too may be a good place to start before leaping into the TYL guide? published 2006, avg rating 3.46 — Error rating book. I’m not planning a major overhaul of the recommendations this time around. Which approach is appropriate to a first course would depend very much on the aims and objectives of the course. Thanks in advance. (actually you metioned it in a footnote in IGT2) https://t.co/wbZ3SKwa3x, Logic, enthusiasms, sceptical thoughts, and a little LaTeX geekery. 43,283 ratings — Or is this too early too? 447 ratings — The Guide isn’t really for beginners. published 1993, avg rating 4.23 — The book offers the perspective of a first-rate mathematician and is quite different in both content and style from other logic books. The first is really good for learning syllogisms and the second book offers an in depth analysis of symbolic logic. My budget is limited, so I’m restricted to (legally) free online resources or the Dover publications. Do you have any opinion on his? Pingback: Reading list | Axiomatized Intuition. Inductive logic is not the subject of this book. 1,410 ratings — published 1978, avg rating 4.10 — published 2002, avg rating 3.76 — published 1976, avg rating 3.90 — Have you every considered putting this study guide on Github in Markdown? These submissions would still be yours to accept/reject/discuss. 176 ratings — Refresh and try again. https://www.amazon.com/Set-Theory-Introduction-Real-Point/dp/1461488532/ published 1970, avg rating 4.10 — Thanks for bringing Dasgupta’s book to my attention — I hadn’t come across it before. At last i wanted a bit help with fuzzy logic subjects if it is possible .maybe my request will be irrelevant but this is the only place i found my answers in it. Should one prefer it to Goldrei/Enderton as a first course? At the time this was in conjunction with Bell & Slomson’s “Models and Ultraproducts”. I’ll have to take another look at it and consider whether this (and some similar books) might be mentioned in what is, basically, a guide to mathematical logic. Thanks! published 1972, avg rating 4.25 — 4,766 ratings — ;). Hi everyone And, may I use it for art purposes (with attribution, of course, but whose?) 124 ratings — I’m hearing about this quite a bit. 127 ratings — What do you think about Schaum’s Outline of Logic, Second Edition of Nolt, Rohatyn and Varzi. I can’t give you a view, then, though preview pages look pretty encouraging. I think that in the latest version of Appendix there are references to other sections which has been removed (see page 6,8, 33 and 36). I used J L Bell & M Machover’s ‘A Course in Mathematical Logic” (1977) when it first appeared as a friendlier alternative to Schoenfield. published 1958, avg rating 3.78 — Church’s book was, in its time, a wonderful achievement and an immensely influential classic. First off, thank you for providing this great resource. One difficulty I found with this book, is that there are no solutions therein, and the webpage for access to the solutions has, since Paul Tomassi’s passing, taken them offline. 64 ratings — What I am looking for is a book which is on the one hand very exhaustive, and on other hand can be read as be read as a textbook. Alice Ambrose and Morris Lazerowitz’s «Logic: the theory of formal inference». I have found it very useful in preparing for graduate school. Welcome back. I think the Kneale’s book was a remarkable achievement in its time, and it does stand up remarkably well 50 years on. 1,121 ratings — There is a version online at the author’s website, here: http://math.mit.edu/~dspivak/teaching/sp13/CT4S–static.pdf. I have spent some time reading your guide, and have concluded that my knowledge of mathematical logic is restricted to some baby logic: I have finished reading (and doing all the exercises of) Patrick Suppes’ and Shirley Hill’s ‘First course in Mathematical Logic’ and have started reading G.T. Originally Answered: What books are good for learning about Logic? published 1936, avg rating 4.21 — That’s a good question. This is not a terrible argument. Or does it mean that the appropriate level of generality we go for is going to be interest-relative: and going for the “greatest generality possible” we may end up with something too general to be very interesting? I have found many books recommended in your guide encouraging so far as I could preview them online. 300 ratings — 0 people liked it, Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid (Paperback), Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (Paperback), Logic: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback), Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth (Paperback), Being Logical: A Guide to Good Thinking (Paperback), An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments (Hardcover), A Concise Introduction to Logic [with CD-ROM] (Hardcover), An Introduction to Non-Classical Logic: From If to Is (Paperback), Logically Fallacious: The Ultimate Collection of Over 300 Logical Fallacies - Academic Edition (Paperback), Crimes Against Logic: Exposing the Bogus Arguments of Politicians, Priests, Journalists, and Other Serial Offenders (Paperback), Logic: An Introduction to Elementary Logic (Paperback), The Foundations of Arithmetic: A Logico-Mathematical Enquiry into the Concept of Number (Paperback), How to Win Every Argument: The Use and Abuse of Logic (Hardcover), Logic Made Easy: How to Know When Language Deceives You (Paperback), Introduction to Logic: and to the Methodology of Deductive Sciences (Paperback), What Is the Name of This Book? I don’t have any experience with logic. Okay. “Contrariwise,' continued Tweedledee, 'if it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be; but as it isn't, it ain't. Students need annotated reading lists for self-study, giving advice about the available texts. Joel W. Robbins’ «Mathematical logic: a first course», 104 ratings — I was wondering if you’ve read John Burgess’ “Philosophical Logic”. ), so your comments on the Guide were surely very useful. All the same, it look like you have done a very good service to people – I hope to prove that in coming days!! Could you recommend me any texts I could read to familiarise myself with Baby Logic? But obviously a lot more, some very good indeed, has been written on the history of logic since then! Unencouraging to a poor student trying to teach themselves, either solo or by organizing study groups how I ’. Calculi in general, and accessible presentation of the book of Daniel,! 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