A Concise Introduction to Mathematical Logic (Universitext) by Wolfgang Rautenberg

By Wolfgang Rautenberg

Mathematical common sense built right into a vast self-discipline with many purposes in arithmetic, informatics, linguistics and philosophy. this article introduces the basics of this box, and this new version has been completely improved and revised.

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