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Publication Date: 02/24/1995

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  • 1. Whitehead and the Rise of Modern Logic (1941)
  • 2. Logic, Symbolic (1954)
  • 3. A Method of Generating Part of Arithmetic without Use of Intuitive Logic (1934)
  • 4. Definition of Substitution (1936)
  • 5. Concatenation as a Basis for Arithmetic (1946)
  • 6. Set-theoretic Foundations for Logic (1936)
  • 7. Logic Based on Inclusion and Abstraction (1937)
  • 8. On Ordered Pairs and Relations (1945–46)
  • 9. On ω-Inconsistency and a So-called Axiom of Infinity (1952)
  • 10. Element and Number (1941)
  • 11. On an Application of Tarski’s Theory of Truth (1952)
  • 12. On Frege’s Way Out (1954)
  • 13. Completeness of the Propositional Calculus (1937)
  • 14. On Cores and Prime Implicants of Truth Functions (1958)
  • 15. Two Theorems about Truth Functions (1951)
  • 16. On Boolean Functions (1949)
  • 17. On the Logic of Quantification (1945)
  • 18. A Proof Procedure for Quantification Theory (1954)
  • 19. Interpretations of Sets of Conditions (1953)
  • 20. Church’s Theorem on the Decision Problem (1954)
  • 21. Quantification and the Empty Domain (1953)
  • 22. Reduction to a Dyadic Predicate (1953)
  • 23. Variables Explained Away (1960)
  • 24. Truth, Paradox, and Gödel’s Theorem (1992)
  • 25. Immanence and Validity (1991)
  • 26. MacHale on Boole (1985)
  • 27. Peirce’s Logic (1989)
  • 28. Peano as Logician (1982)
  • 29. Free Logic, Description, and Virtual Classes (1994)
  • 30. The Inception of “New Foundations” (1987)
  • 31. Pythagorean Triples and Fermat’s Last Theorem (1992)
  • References
  • Index

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