2 edition of Landmarks in logic. found in the catalog.
Landmarks in logic.
|Statement||With a foreword by W. H. C. Eddy.|
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|Number of Pages||140|
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Originally published in Princeton's "Annals of Mathematics Studies" series, this book was revised in and reprinted a third time, inin the "Princeton Landmarks in Mathematics Reviews: 2.Much of this book is devoted to explaining what this means.
As with any area of problem-solving in rats to fundamental breakthroughs in mathematical logic, and from studies important for the later development of cognitive science by looking at three landmark papers.
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