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A Precis of Mathematical Logic

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The work of which this is an English translation appeared originally in French as Precis de logique mathematique. In 1954 Dr. Albert Menne brought out a revised and somewhat enlarged edition in German (Grund riss der Logistik, F. Schoningh, Paderborn). In making my translation I have used both editions. For the most part I have followed the original French edition, since I ...more
Hardcover, 100 pages
Published July 31st 1960 by Springer
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This book does exactly what it sets out to do; it provides the reader with a definition of the terms used in formal logic, and demonstrates methods of their use in constructing statements and arguments, giving axiomatic systems where these are useful and deriving most of the useful theorems. There is a minimum of fuss, consisting of extremely brief and generally necessary historical discussion, a welcome relief to anyone who has tried to read a modern textbook.

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Józef Maria Bocheński (born 30 august 1902 in Czuszw, Poland - 1995) was a Polish dominican, logician and philosopher. After taking part in the 1920 campaign against Bolshevik Russia, he took up legal studies in Lww, then he studied economy in Poznań. Having received his doctorate in philosophy (studied in Freiburg, 1928-1931) and theology (Rome, 1931-1934), he lectured in logic at the Collegium ...more
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