People ask me (out-of-line) references for the Löbian interview, or the arithmetical UDA (AUDA). I remember that Guenther put some references in the web archive. Here is the link:


Chellas' book is quite good to learn modal logic, including logic without necessitation rules.

Since then, the classical 1952 book by Stephen Cole Kleene "Introduction to Metamathematics" has been republished by Ishi press in a paperback edition:


It is, in my opinion and taste, one of the best introductory book to mathematical logic (just a bit old and slightly heavy in its notations perhaps). I learned logic in that book.

Have a good day,



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