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It starts with an account of first-order languages, and then there is a lengthy treatment of the idea of truth in a structure. It’s the only MATH book nitroduction logic out there that is easy to understand and yet formal enough to be considered ‘mathematical. Eugene rated it really liked it Aug 08, Want to Read saving….
Keira Davis rated it it was amazing Sep 26, The exercises redeem it somewhat. Al Amin rated it liked it Introdutcion 30, Fascinating material; the book, unfortunately, is too terse and inconsistent it how it presents definitions and examples of which there are too few.
Instead, go for the different logic textbook, like Mendelson’s textbook, if you are taking Math Logic course. Books by Herbert B. Stella rated it really liked it Mar 15, endertoj We get a direct proof of compactness. Chapter Zero Useful Facts about Sets.
A second edition was published inand a glance at the section headings indicates much the same overall structure: Apr 13, DJ marked it as flirted-with Shelves: Enderton Snippet view – Enferton trivia or quizzes yet.
Some might think this chapter to be slightly odd. The author has made this edition more accessible to better meet the needs of today’s undergraduate mathematics and philosophy students Back to Math Logic book pages.
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Ro Givens rated it really liked it Sep 16, Talal Alrawajfeh rated it really liked it Sep 04, It would, however, make for splendid revision-consolidation-extension reading after tackling e.
Joe rated it really liked it Jun 29, We also get an exploration which can be postponed of the idea of proofs by induction and the Recursion Theorem, and based on these we get proper proofs of unique readability and the uniqueness of the extension of a valuation of atoms to a valuation of a set of sentences containing them perhaps not the most inviting things for a beginner to be pausing long over.
Sheldon rated it liked it Jun 05, Material is presented on computer science issues such as computational complexity and database queries, with additional coverage of introductory material such as sets. Return to Book Page. Kenneth rated it liked it Jun 13, Some proofs are not fully spelled out, and, as several other reviewers noted, the writing style is pretty terse. This is pretty clearly done and mathematicians should be able to cope quite well but does Enderton forget his officially intended audience on p.
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As is revealed by that quick description there really is a lot in Ch. The author died inbut his webpages live on, including one with his own comments on his second edition. Account Options Sign in. This goes very briskly at the outset.
A Mathematical Introduction to Logic
Never go for this textbook. It is intended for the reader who has not studied logic previously, but A Mathematical Introduction to Logic, Second Editionoffers increased flexibility with topic coverage, allowing for choice in how to utilize the textbook in a course.