"This book satisfies admirably its placement in a Lecture Notes Series. It provides a concise but full, self-contained introduction to the main work on IFL... it is very well written, with excellent intuitive exposition combined with detailed proofs."
Julian Bradfield, Bulletin of Symbolic Logic
"The book will definitely be interesting to a wide spectrum of logicians, philosophers, computer scientists and even linguists... the advances in the area of game-theoretical semantics and its connections to logic that are presented in this book make it very valuable and recommendable."
Walter Carnielli, Mathematical Reviews
Bringing together over twenty years of research, this book gives a complete overview of independence-friendly logic, an exciting logical formalism at the interface of logic and game theory. It is suitable for graduate students and advanced undergraduates who have taken a course on first-order logic.