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README.md

Forall x @ Syr

This is the Syracuse University edition of the open source forall x introductory logic textbook. It is based on Tim Button's forall x: Cambridge, which is in turn based on P.D. Magnus' original forall x. The present text is licensed under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license.

The main changes I've made compared to forall x: Cambridge are the following:

  • I've changed the first chapter to more closely reflect my own introductory lecture. For example, I elucidate the modal notion of validity using possible worlds, and emphasize logic's focus on formal validity a bit more explicitly.
  • I've added more on the semantics of truth-functional and especially first-order logic, particularly as concerns the construction of countermodels.
  • I've made some changes to set of natural deduction rules in both parts.

For more information, see https://mrieppel.net/teaching.html

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