Introduction to Modal Logic
by Gary Hardegree
Publisher: UMass Amherst 2009
Number of pages: 275
Contents: Basic Concepts; Classical SL; Absolute Modal Logic - System L; Relative Modal Logic - System K; Systems Between K and L; Modal Predicate Logic; General First-Order Logic; First-Order Modal Logic; First-Order Modal Logic with Actuality; Two-Dimensional Modal Logic; Second-Order Modal Logic; Syntax of Modal Logic; Rules of Derivation; Categorial Grammar; Multi-Modal Systems.
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