Book Reviews

@article{Nortmann2005BookR,
  title={Book Reviews},
  author={U. Nortmann},
  journal={History and Philosophy of Logic},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={145 - 172}
}
  • U. Nortmann
  • Published 2005
  • History and Philosophy of Logic
1. Structure, themes, and addressees Entitled Language, Logic, Mathematics. A Different Introduction to Logic, this is an introductory logic textbook. Although the intended audience consists of philosophy students in the first place, the book may be expected to be of interest also to students of related disciplines. No prerequisite knowledge is required. Nortmann explains that the book is old-fashioned in two respects: (1) an attempt is made to say as much as possible in ‘good old words… Expand

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