From the reviews of the fourth edition: "This book teaches logic to mathematicians in just the way I would have wished. ... Beginning with the propositional calculus by means of truth-tables, i.e. the semantics, it proceeds to the syntactics in the form of Gentzen's natural deduction. ... this fourth edition has a long final chapter added, on Godel's incompleteness theorem. ... The chapter follows traditional lines but preserves the excellent quality of the earlier chapters. This is a delightful textbook, with plenty of examples for the reader." (C.W. Kilmister, The Mathematical Gazette, Vol. 89(515), 2005) "This is the fourth edition of van Dalen's classic textbook on logic in the popular 'Universitext' -series. ... this book explains clearly all aspects of logic which a novice in this matter should learn by heart. ... Reading this book was a real delight. A lot of the fun was in the exercises ... heartily recommend this excellent textbook; ... Current students may have little interest in formal mathematics ... the problem will solve itself when they all have a copy on their personal bookshelf." (Pieter Audenaert, Bulletin of the Belgian Mathematical Society, Vol. 12 (3), 2005)Vom Verlag:
New corrected printing of a well-established text on logic at the introductory level.
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