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p i ° T± ±±± ±± HSS105 Logic first-order Logic 1. Administrative information 2. Smullyan and his Logical Labyrinths 3. Content introduction If you haven’t registered yet, please check out with me for my signature after this ses- sion.
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Who am I? Jeongmin Lee, KAIST class of 2000 Picture taken 12 years ago for KAIST Times Email: [email protected] Office hours: 2-3pm or by appointment at Room 1210 Website: http://web.kaist.ac.kr/~philist (check out later)
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What is this course about? Logic, of course. Especially what lo- gicians call first-order logic With a new textbook, advanced topics In the previous semesters, I removed some of these contents to make it easier. No compromise anymore. This should be one of the most advanced logic courses for undergraduates.
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Textbook ONE copy of the Course Reader available from the Undergraduate Lib- rary Copier (1st floor) What’s in the Course Reader?
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Smullyan’s Logical Labyrinths (pub- lished in 2009) THE logic textbook I was looking for.
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