Introduction to Logic
The lecture notes included here accompany PHIL 120A, Introduction to Logic, at the University of Washington. They are intended solely for the use of the students in that course. They are all Copyright © 2007, by S. Marc Cohen. They may not be reproduced, copied, sold, or otherwise distrubuted, in either print or electronic form, without the express written consent of the author.
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There is no guarantee that these notes will exactly match the content of classes conducted during the present term at the University of Washington. The notes are intended to enhance the understanding of the students who attend the lectures to which they correspond, and not to replace those lectures.
These notes are subject to change without notice, and may be updated during the course of the term. To see whether a file listed below is newer than one you have previously downloaded, click on the relevant link below and check the revision date that appears at the foot of each page.
In addition to the lecture notes listed above, you may find this Glossary of Logical Terms a useful resource. Its an expanded version of the one found at the back of LPL.
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