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Philosophical Logic: An Introduction to Advanced Topics Paperback – March 24, 2011


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"Englebretsen and Sayward's book fills a gap in the current array of logic textbooks available. It starts from the beginning, thus allowing students to gain the first rudiments of symbolization; yet, it covers areas usually neglected in introductory logic textbook such as set theory and modal logic. Finally, it presents a constructivist approach in contrast to the point of view of classical logic usually tacitly assumed in logic textbooks and a substitutional rather than an objectual interpretation of quantification. This is truly a logic textbook for philosophers." — Pieranna Garavaso, University of Minnesota, Morris, USA

“Englebretsen and Sayward’s book fills a gap in the current array of logic textbooks available. It starts from the beginning, thus allowing students to gain the first rudiments of symbolization; yet, it covers areas usually neglected in introductory logic textbook such as set theory and modal logic. Finally, it presents a constructivist approach in contrast to the point of view of classical logic usually tacitly assumed in logic textbooks and a substitutional rather than an objectual interpretation of quantification. This is truly a logic textbook for philosophers.” – Pieranna Garavaso, University of Minnesota, Morris, USA

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George Englebretsen is Professor Emeritus at Bishop's University, Canada. He is the author of a large number of works dealing with topics in the philosophy of logic and language, metaphysics and the history of logic.
Charles Sayward is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA. He is a much-published author of works in the philosophy of logic and the philosophy of mathematics, most recently Dialogues Concerning Natural Numbers.

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