Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Classical Logic" by Stewart Shapiro and Teresa Kouri Kissel

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Further Reading

There are many fine textbooks on mathematical logic. A sample follows.

  • Boolos, George S., John P. Burgess, and Richard C. Jeffrey, 2007, Computability and logic, fifth edition, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. Elementary and intermediate level. (Scholar)
  • Bergmann, Merrie, James Moor, and Jack Nelson, 2013, The logic book, sixth edition, New York: McGraw-Hill. Elementary and intermediate level. (Scholar)
  • Church, Alonzo, 1956, Introduction to mathematical logic, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Classic textbook. (Scholar)
  • Enderton, Herbert, 1972, A mathematical introduction to logic, New York: Academic Press. Textbook in mathematical logic, aimed at a mathematical audience.
  • Forbes, Graeme, 1994, Modern Logic, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Elementary textbook. (Scholar)
  • Mendelson, Elliott, 1987, Introduction to mathematical logic, third edition, Princeton: van Nostrand. Intermediate. (Scholar)

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