Logische Syntax der Sprache. 2., unveränd. Aufl. (German) Zbl 0182.00301

Wien-New York: Springer-Verlag. xi, 274 S. (1968).
This is a welcome new edition of a much reviewed classic. In connection with current discussions of what Barcan Marcus has called the substitution interpretation of the quantifiers, we may note the following relevant passages in this book: section 12 on the rule of complete induction; sections 14 and 34 on the distinction between consequence and derivation; section 55 on proper and improper quantifiers; and section 48 in which the views of Tarski and Hilbert are discussed.
For a review of the first edition (1934) see JFM 60.0019.02.
Reviewer: B. C. van Fraassen


03A05 Philosophical and critical aspects of logic and foundations
03-02 Research exposition (monographs, survey articles) pertaining to mathematical logic and foundations


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