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Lewis Carroll provides, for all people who happen upon this hard-to-find book, a gem of staggering excellence. Written in a clear, understandable, and witty fashion, Sir Dodgson gives his reader, in my opinion, one of the best introductions to symbolic logic to date. If ever you have found yourself in a quandary over how language, symbols, and expressions refer to truth, un-truth, falsity or fallacy, this book will assist in bringing some coherence to chaos.
I strongly recommend
Posted October 5, 2001
Programmers, especially object-oriented programmers, will appreciate that over 100 years ago Lewis Carroll used many of the concepts and terms that are commonly used in object-oriented programming today. Definitely a worthwhile read.<br /> <br /> If you're not a programmer you'll enjoy the unique methods that Carroll employed to solve logic problems known as syllogisms. If you like logic problems, you'll love this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.