I would give the book five stars if it wasn't for the poor binding these books seem to have.
While he does make mention of some algebraic stuff in passing, I would say you don't really need any specific prerequisites to read this.
I used this book for self study of Mathematical Logic with the aim of understanding Godel's incompleteness theorem.
I have been using this for several semesters. I like all about it except for a few exercises that are unclear to me and I cannot get in touch with the author. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jacob S. Jasinski
I had to buy this book for one of my classes. It's terrible! I thought abstract algebra was hard to follow but this book makes abstract algebra seem like a cakewalk. Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by IdahoPotato
This is a great book as far as content goes. I would give the book five stars if it wasn't for the poor binding these books seem to have. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Rob S
... contrary to what I read among the wealth of dithyrambic adjectives concerning that book !!!
FIRST : As I reached half the book it was already giving signs of a... Read more
My problem is with the quality, not the contents. Through the first chapter, I actually quite liked the author's delivery of the material. Read morePublished on October 7, 2011 by Collin
The title says it all. If you are one of the chosen few, you are better off buying a different logic book.Published on November 15, 2009 by A. Isbell
Maybe it's because I'm only in undergrad, but I found a lot of the proofs in this book to be incomplete and hard to penetrate. Read morePublished on July 18, 2009 by Christian
It's very hard to review a book like this without letting personal interest in the subject bias you... but I'll try ;).
I used this book in my fourth year at Berkeley. Read more
Keen students may find if they study and parse both editions of Enderton's
Logic they may find much of interest. Read more