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Introducing Logic by Dan Cryan
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Introducing Logic (2001)

by Dan Cryan

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It's witty and interesting, but ultimately too broad. You can't cover everything from Aristotle to the applications of logic in quantum computing in 200 pages. The section on neural networks was outstanding though, as was the section that broke down the Chomsky–Schützenberger hierarchy of formal languages. ( )
1 vote JFloppyz | Mar 5, 2017 |
because it was a graphic guide I assumed it would be easier to follow than other logic books but it is actually harder because the author explains the logic less well relying on the graphs for understanding. ( )
  mumoftheanimals | Oct 25, 2016 |
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Introducing Logic follows the historical development of this intriguing subject, explaining its symbols and methods, exploring complex philosophical issues and intricate mathematics.

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