Il gioco della logica
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Over 350 ingenious problems involving classical logic: logic is expressed in terms of symbols; syllogisms and the sorites are diagrammed; logic becomes a game played with two diagrams and a set of counters. Two books bound as one.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published 1969 by Astrolabio
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Jose Gaona
Más interesante por su carácter histórico que por sus méritos pedagógicos, "El juego de la lógica" desgrana los rudimentos de la lógica aristotélica a través de numerosos ejercicios. Carroll, esta vez en su faceta como matemático, presenta la silogística a través de juegos y una ingeniosa representación gráfica que constituye, sin duda, el principal logro de este volumen.
Emile Hampson
As an excursion into classical logic and introduction to it's place in rational argument this was fantastic. It gives clear explanation to the terminology used and as clearly as possible explains the material under study.

If you come ready to be challenged and keen to learn you cannot help but benefit, however readers be warned those who come expecting a nice easy read will not be able to make the most of the text.

This book is heavily reliant on the illustrations, not automatically a bad thing bu...more
Maëva
Livre prise de tête.... Tête plein de confusion à la lecture. *_*
J'ai appris à faire un peu plus marcher mon cerveau en cette période de vacances mais sans plus...Je crois qu'il faut un QI plus élevé que le mien pour appréhender sereinement cet ouvrage. Et dire qu'il était adressé à des enfants/ados, en plus des adultes, à sa publication.
Kristina  UK
I struggled with this book on the ,especially the more complex arguments because it didn't come with illustrations but line diagrams using ASCII characters that didn't format properly. This hindered understanding a great deal. I wouldn't bother with it unless you can get a fully illustrated edition.
Emma
I would have given this book zero stars if it was possible. For something with Logic in the title this was the most confusing book that I have ever read with all its x could be y but x could also not be y. I couldn't make head nor tail of this and didn't enjoy it at all...
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Un libro de lógica! Tendría que haber descubierto este libro cuando cursé lógica y no 10 años después, en ese momento lo hubiera aprovechado más, estoy seguro.
Plaimont
Definitely get a copy with full illustrations...
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