An excellent systematic presentation of mathematical logic...Because it is a clear, exact, and exhaustive treatment of the subject, Professor Quine's book should serve well as a text in a course on mathematical logic. (Morton G. White Philosophical Review
Combines exemplary clarity and precision with an unusual vividness and originality in style which actually makes the study of the work a fascinating adventure. (Carl G. Hempel Philosophic Abstracts
Every section of this book provides evidence of rare skill, both in research and communication; it deserves to be read and read again by all who have a serious interest in mathematical logic. (Max Black Mind
About the Author
W. V. Quine was Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University. He wrote twenty-one books, thirteen of them published by Harvard University Press.