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C.J.Ash,C.J.Brickhill,J.C.Stillwell,J.N.Crossley

What Is Mathematical Logic?

This introduction to the main ideas and results of mathematical logic is a serious treatment geared toward non-logicians. Starting with a historical survey of logic in ancient times, it traces the 17th-century development of calculus and discusses modern theories, including set theory, the continuum hypothesis, and other ideas. 1972 edition.
308 printed pages
Original publication
2012

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