Clear answers are given to important questions in both theoretical and applied logic. The writing is cogent and straightforward. Table of contents:
Thirty principles of logic
Boolean algebra as the basis of mathematical logic
One hundred and one principles of logic
Different kinds of mathematical functions: a dialogue
Fucntions, bijections and mapping-relations
Logic and formal truth
Relations and ordinal numbers
Nine kinds of number
Is mind an emergent property?
Is time-travel possible?
What is a formal language?
Logic and inference
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never a dull moment
actually, not really. it moved fast, and it was sharp and clear. breathtaking almost
you can tell he wrote it from the way he reads it. it's like he's delivering a live lecture (sort of)
maybe alec baldwin
it was not boring. complex, yes. boring. no.
thorough, clear, a little boring
i like the part on time travel, was very sobering
that there are different kinds of number
it's a smart book, but the tone is a little flat