|Abstract||A textbook for an 'advanced introductory' logic class (I used it as a textbook for mathematically capable introductory logic students). The book uses the tableau method, and includes standard results up to a proof of the soundness of predicate logic. Its slightly unusual features include a slightly greater emphasis on decidability than is usual, and more obviously, the presentation of a free logic as standard, alongside a classical alternative. A change of syllabus here means this is no longer under active revision, but I'll leave this archive copy available.|
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