Modern interest in modal logic began with this seminal work by the American C.I. Lewis. As well as developing a theory of strict implication based on criticism of Russell and Whitebread's concept of implication, it contains historical information on the history and application of algebra to developments in symbolic logic.
|Series:||Key Works in the History of Logic and Mathematics Series|
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