|Abstract||Despite strenuous efforts by its proponents, the contemporary form of logic, mathematical logic, has generally failed to convince mathematicians, natural scientists and human scientists of its relevance to their work, increasingly so in the last few decades. This contrasts with the reputation logic enjoyed in antiquity, not only as one of the main parts of philosophy, but especially as a supplier of instruments for the sciences|
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