This book covers the basic principles of sentential logic, predicate logic, and modal logic. These principles, along with their philosophical underpinnings, are clearly explained and vividly illustrated. This text also includes a brief discussion of the set-theoretic basis of the relation of interpropositional necessitation. Finally, it includes rigorous but approachable discussions of cardinality, continuity, and incompleteness.
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