The Logic Manual (Paperback)

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An exceptionally clear, concise, and affordable introduction to logic, The Logic Manual carefully walks beginning philosophy students through the fundamentals, offering them a real understanding of how and why logic works. Author Volker Halbach presents essential concepts through examples, informal explanations, and abstract definitions. Topics covered include propositional and predicate logic (with and without identity) and an account of the semantics of these languages, including definitions of truth and satisfaction. In addition, natural deduction is used as a proof system.

Extensively class-tested, The Logic Manual provides the best introduction available to the general, abstract approach to thinking about language, logic, and semantics that is characteristic of contemporary philosophy. A Companion Website provides exercises, examples, and sample examination papers.

About the Author

Volker Halbach is Reader and CUF Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780199587841
ISBN-10: 0199587841
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication Date: October 17th, 2010
Pages: 208
Language: English