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  1. Graham Priest بهرام اسدیان says:
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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani says:
    Logic A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions 29 , Graham PriestLogic is often perceived as having little to do with the rest of philosophy, and even less to do with real life In this lively and accessible introduction, Graham Priest shows how wrong this conception is 2009 1383 160 9648092087 20 1387 180 175 176 9789649971759 1392 20 1980

  2. Amir The Fat Bookworm says:
    Not bad at all It s not an easy read though You should read it carefully second read I tried everything possible so that I have a better reading experience However, the author skips on explaining many of the basic steps that an unfamiliar reader needs to know in in order to understand them That makes it a very hard read because you have to infer things about what author means than what their content requires.

  3. Alfaniel Aldavan says:
    This is Paul Bryant s deleted review According to the email from GR, it was off topic.I have flagged this one myself, when it was in Paul s review space With some over pretentious ironic or stupid message, I don t remember which Headquarters might have missed the ironic part Unless they didn t, but never found it other than serious in the first place I can t figure out which is unfortunate.I guess it s only fair from my part to salvage the content Here it goes There s a funnier side Its removal [...]

  4. Clouds says:
    the interesting words are in the comments I liked this book very much It has good qualities.I wholeheartedly recommend that you immediately spend your dollarpounds on this product.Why not buy two and give one to a friend This review was about a book, not an author.

  5. Heather Pagano says:
    Read with my husband who has a strong background in math, physics, computer science I can t count the number of times he paused in the reading to say okay, he didn t explain that very well, only to follow with a brief explanation or example that made all clear Although I was familiar with basic logic truth tables, modus ponens, etc things like modal logic and fuzzy logic were completely new concepts to me I did get a basic overview and very rudimentary understanding of those fields, but to be ho [...]

  6. Landon says:
    This is a decent book, but the audience is really limited I would recommend it to an undergraduate studying philosophy, but not to someone just interested in getting some basic familiarity with logic Some of the chapters would help to that end, but others are largely designed to tackle certain philosophical problems or arguments using the tools that logicians have given us over the centuries And I suspect that a much clearer i.e understandable explanation of most of that stuff can be found else [...]

  7. Mardin Uzeri says:
    Logic, along with ethics, epistemology, and metaphysics, is commonly considered to be among the main branches of philosophy Any systematic approach to learn philosophy should encompass a solid foundation building in logic Philosophy is a fundamental component to all areas of human inquiry while logic is the fundamental basis on which philosophy itself operates.This book is dense, Priest hasn t wasted any words Lose the thread and you suddenly find yourself in need of rehearsing the entire chapte [...]

  8. Mike W says:
    This is a pretty good introduction to logic It explains the subject clearly and concisely And it uses some interesting examples The explanation of the fallacy in St Anselm s subtle, but ultimately sophistical, proof of God s existence, is a model of careful reasoning and explanation But the book has some flaws First, it focuses on modern symbolic logic, which would be valuable for technical specialists, but not for the intelligent laymen the Very Short Introduction series is aimed at The reader [...]

  9. C is for **censored** says:
    The star rating given reflects my opinion within the official rating system.1 star Didn t Like it2 stars It s Okay3 stars Liked it4 stars Really Liked it5 stars It Was AmazingI don t really give a rat fuck that there are some who think I owe an explanation for my opinion Nope, nada, and not sorry about it.Sometimes I may add notes to explain what my opinions are based on, and sometimes I don t I do this for me, on my books, in my library and I don t owe any special snowflakes a thing Fuck off if [...]

  10. Filipe Dias says:
    Actually I did not understand most of it.I m a complete beginner, so I thought an introduction would be the entering point to this topic, not so much with this book.I guess the book is well written and concise, but as an introduction it jumps way too fast to understand or find relevance in the material being discussed, like starting in English and then jump to Chinese.Maybe I ll get a different one on the subject and then read this again to understand how and why it s presented as it is.

  11. Mohammad says:
    I think Logic can be introduced elegant, straightforward, and even accurate than this I found certain chapters very basic and at times borderline inaccurate and towards the end it just turned into a Theology book which I really didn t appreciate especially considering the author s shallow understanding of theology There are so many better logic books out there.

  12. N.J. Ramsden says:
    I m no expert on either general philosophy or logic, so can only base my review on limited experience and how it feels to read this as an interested beginner I ll keep it short as there s not much to say, in that like Craig s Philosophy VSI, it has a very small remit, gets in there, does the small job it sets out to do, and gets out with minimum fuss It felt tightly written, pretty well focussed, and left very few unanswered questions in my post read mind unlike some books that either presume pr [...]

  13. Jayaprakash Satyamurthy says:
    I enjoyed this book a lot, and enjoyed trying to work out the problems myself I remember less high school mathematics than I did at my final exam and that was not a lot either but at least reasoning things out seems to help with logic Despite enjoying this book, I think Priest isn t as lucid as he should be in the later chapters once numeric values and algebra start featuring prominently Perhaps this book bit off a little than it could chew Still, a stimulating little book Logic is fun

  14. Mark says:
    This is a very good book, but it is not an introduction to logic It really does introduce all the interesting topics that one ought to be introduced to in logic However the main focus of the book seems to be a demonstration of the problems with contemporary logic Graham Priest definitely has an agenda, and he certainly wants to argue for the acceptance of his own paraconsistent logic There is a lot to recommend it Each chapter tries to illustrate a rather interesting philosophical point, that is [...]

  15. David Haines says:
    An interesting resume of logic He spends most of the book looking at important philosophical issues and explaining logical principles through his examination of the philosophical issues The arguments about God that he touches on are essentially straw men created for the purpose of teaching logic Unfortunately this gives the reader the impression that all arguments from God are faulty.

  16. Brandon says:
    Lived up to it s name It was very short, and it did a nice job of introducing a very broad range of topics concerning logic The bibliography seems good, and I ll be using it to further my study of the subject.

  17. Art says:
    I read this a couple of years back, it s a good refresher for anybody interested in a general introduction to logic, the difficulty level is not that hard but it takes some effort He starts off simply with Validity, proceeds to Names and Quantifiers, then to Descriptions and Existence and from there to Self reference, the following nine chapters are a little hazy for me to remember but his prose style is crisp, and rigorous He winds up with a good further reading section in the last chapter too [...]

  18. Rogério Alvarenga says:
    O livro prefere os jogos da l gica aos seus princ pios fundamentais Voc gosta de jogos Eu tamb m, mas lendo um livro sobre jogos esperamos saber algo mais sobre como ele funciona e porque, e um tiquinho assim de hist ria no meio, por que n o O que recebemos, no entanto, uma s rie de melhores momentos, como se num esporte o unicamente fascinante fosse os lances espetaculares H de se ser um nerd o da porra para se emocionar com essas jogadas de l gica, com todo respeito aos nerd es da porra precis [...]

  19. Magda says:
    Since I m minoring in Philosophy, I had to take a course on logic about two years ago and have been very interested in the subject ever since Sadly, I had forgotten nearly all of the key concepts since I don t really need them in my day to day studies For that reason, I have been on the lookout for a concise, easy to understand book that would refresh my memory This book did just that, in addition to introducing other concepts that broadened my knowledge on the subject.Despite this being a very [...]

  20. Ed Hatfield says:
    Well written and deliberately non mathematical, this is genuinely a good but very short first contact with logic as a topic Very good examples clearly explained are what maintained my interest in this book and I think it achieves its aims well.The only thing to watch out for which is an unavoidable part of reading about logic is that there is a symbolic language you have to get to grips with to understand the arguments This isn t a flaw but it will make it slightly slower, harder going for those [...]

  21. Henry Jackson says:
    Good IntroductionI would call this book A Very Good Short Introduction There is no need to have precious knowledge in logic and not much mathematics is required Perhaps some improvement in the symbols used Graham does a great job keeping the reader interested and his references are good The historical summary and references is very good if one is interested in continuing reading on the subject.

  22. Linhao says:
    Great job as an intriguing introduction, especially a very short one Some ambiguity in the chapters concerning model logic But I doubt if it can be written with any significantly clearance in such length, to audience with no background too.

  23. Gerardo says:
    Es muy interesante conocer algo de l gica y creo que la manera correcta de leer este libro es con una hoja en blanco y un l piz a la mano A la segunda o tercera vez de leerlo espero poder entenderlo bien.

  24. David says:
    A lovely little book I do think I ll have to read it again as the audiobook has a number of challenges, by nature of its format I found this a nice introduction to the subject.

  25. Venkatesh-Prasad says:
    A very good introductory book on logic It is short and covers boolean logic along with quantification, temporal logic, fuzzy logic, probability, and decision theory.

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