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Publication Date: 01/01/1959

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These two volumes of the author’s Studies in Semantics are here combined in one book, with minor corrections. The bibliographies have been brought up-to-date, but the original pagination has been preserved.

The first of these studies lays the foundation for a completely systematic and formalized body of general semantics, while the second employs the apparatus developed in the first to discuss the formalization of logical systems and succeeds in setting up fully formalized prepositional and functional calculi.

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