Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Logic and Games" by Wilfrid Hodges

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Some of the seminal papers by Henkin and Lorenzen, and some of the papers cited below, appear in the collection Infinitistic Methods (Proceedings of the Symposium on Foundations of Mathematics, Warsaw, 2–9 September, 1959), Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1961. The editors are unnamed.

Games in the History of Logic

Games for Teaching Logic

Logical Games

Semantic Games for Classical Logic

Semantic Games with Imperfect Information

Semantic Games for Other Logics

Back-and-Forth Games

Other Model-Theoretic Games

Games of Dialogue, Communication and Proof

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