This week we’re doing another book on Logic! Mendelson does an ok job with his book in introductory logic. He sets up a nice introduction to logic concepts, but then fails to deliver much needed exposition. Although the book is very descriptive and helps to get your hands very dirty in logic, it can sometimes …

# January 2014 archive

Jan 20 2014

## Groups and Symmetry By M.A. Armstrong

Armstrong does an amazing job with his introduction to group theory. Unlike most texts he uses a geometric approach for a lot of his work in groups. With that he uses dihedral groups a lot in his exposition and is always going back to it (and symmetric groups) for examples. I thought it to be …

Jan 13 2014

## Beginning Logic by E.J. Lemmon

Edward John LemmonÂ was a logician whose main area of expertise was modal logic. His book ‘Beginning Logic‘ is likely one of the better ones out there for those just getting into logic in order to understand the different rules in modal logic. Lemmon begins with an introduction on logic and why it is necessary …

Jan 06 2014

## Book Review

Every Monday I’m going to publish a book review on a book that I’ve been reading. Most likely they’ll match up with classes or topics I’m currently learning about, so most likely books will come in bunches on topics, but I’ll try and vary them as much as I can. So look out starting next …

Jan 05 2014

## Primes – How high can we go?

Jan 04 2014