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The Languages of Logic
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Lnaguages Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Languages of Logic by Samuel Guttenplan. Few textbooks are written as lucidly and coherently as this one is. The book is very well organized.
Simple, commonsensical themes that are introduced early in the text become the bases for the subsequent development of highly technical concepts.
This is an extremely well-written, well-organized, and well-conceived book that can be highly recommended to philosophy students and to anyone else who oof, not merely to manipulate symbols, but to gain an insight into the languages of logic.
Working from the conviciton that formal logic is comething to be learned and then used, rather than suffered and forgotten, Samuel Guttenplan explains the main concepts and techniques with their ultimate application clearly in mind. PaperbackSecond Editionpages.
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May 20, Alireza Behzadnia rated it really liked it. Guttenplan achieves what he promises, teaching you some basic formative logic! The book is written as plainly as possible with exercises to help you get used to some basic formative logic. A must have for all those who guttnplan starting to learn about formative logic.
As for those with some basic knowledge in this area, you might find most of the text redundant and about half of the book useless. I found myself skimming through a big junk of the book, trying to find things that I can actually learn s Guttenplan achieves what language promises, teaching you some basic formative logic!
I found myself skimming through a big junk of the book, trying to find things that I can actually learn something new. If you have the patience and the will to go through books like Logic Primer which is available for free online, you may want to reconsider getting this book. On the other hand, if you are having difficulties getting around formative logic and imperatives, this might be your go-to-book!
This is, in many ways, a very boring book. But it gets 5 stars because it achieves exactly what it sets out to do in a clear and straightforward way.
Logic is a subject it is very easy to get bogged down in. Guttenplan has essentially written a workbook, that can be worked through to build your knowledge, in many ways similar to the maths text books I remember at school. As long as you take the trouble to work through each section in order and thoroughly then you will get to the end and be abl This is, in many ways, a very boring book. As long as you take the trouble to work through each section in order and thoroughly then you will get to the end and be able to use logical “languages” competently.
There are many interesting discussions and applications of logic – that is not the purpose of this book, it sets out to get you to a place where you can appreciate and start to join in those discussions. Jun 11, Luther Wilson rated it really liked it. This was a great intro for me to symbolic logic. It uses visual aids for logical “situations” which I found helpful.
I didn’t like the deduction system used I could follow the deductions, that is, but I didn’t always believe that individual inferences were covered. I suspect that’s my lack however I would recommend for a non-technical beginner li This was a great intro for me to symbolic logid. I would recommend for a non-technical beginner like myself.
Oct 07, Lexxie un Conventional Bookworms rated it liked it. This book was very helpful, but Gutttenplan am still not fluent in PL, and I wonder what else I can do to get it all together before my exam in January Dec logicc, Laura Jane rated it really liked it Shelves: I found this invaluable when studying logic.
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