Basic Concepts in Modal Logic
by Edward N. Zalta
Publisher: Stanford University 2011
Number of pages: 91
This is a text for dedicated undergraduates with no previous experience in modal logic. The book should prepare people for reading advanced texts in modal logic, such as Goldblatt, Chellas, Hughes and Cresswell, and van Benthem.
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