It sounds as if the way to begin is  with the latest Mendelson book.

On Sep 18, 2:55 am, Bruno Marchal <> wrote:
> Hi Ronald,
> You may ask Günther Greindl, who asked me references for the UDA and  
> AUDA, and he put them on the list archive.
> You can take a look on the references in my  
> theses.
> An excellent introduction to mathematical logic is the book by Eliot  
> Mendelson. Classical treatises on the self-reference logic are the  
> book by Boolos 1979 (recently reedited), or the later version: Boolos  
> 1993. The book by Smorynski is very good too, but those books  
> presuppose knowledge of logic (Like explained in Mendelson).
> Then all books, technical or recreative by Raymond Smullyan, are  
> introduction to diagonalization, self-reference, Gödel and Tarski  
> theorem, and they are quite excellent. Notably his little recreative  
> (but not so easy apparently) introduction to the modal G system;  
> "Forever Undecided".
> Ask if you have a problem to find them, or if you search for other  
> books. Logicians like to write book, and there are many of them.  
> Original papers on the UDA and AUDA can be found on my web pages 
> (
> ).
> Bruno
> On 10 Sep 2009, at 21:48, ronaldheld wrote:
> > I thought that I would start a thread to consolidate some of the books
> > useful in following current and old threads. if people alos want to
> > post key papers here, I do not see a problem with that.- Hide quoted text -
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