What Is Mathematical Logic? A Survey

  title={What Is Mathematical Logic? A Survey},
  author={John Newsome Crossley},
  booktitle={Proof, Computation and Agency},
What is mathematical logic? Mathematical logic is the application of mathematical techniques to logic. What is logic? I believe I am following the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle when I say that logic is the (correct) rearranging of facts to find the information that we want. Logic has two aspects: formal and informal. In a sense logic belongs to everyone although we often accuse others of being illogical. Informal logic exists whenever we have a language. In particular Indian Logic has… CONTINUE READING
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