Handbook of Mathematical LogicEdited By
- J. Barwise
Published: March 1982
Outstanding collection of thirty-one survey articles covering in some detail every major area of current research in mathematical logic. Each article is written by a prominent logician specifically for this volume... A very inviting book in which to browse as well as to obtain considerable detail on specific topics, considering the breadth of coverage. The handbook should be welcomed by the entire mathematical community.
American Mathematical Monthly
This book will also serve as a valuable reference work for any course in mathematical logic.
Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik
Briefly, this is a magnificent book... there is nothing to compare with it for breadth of coverage... exceedingly high standards of expertise and exposition.
Australasian Journal of Philosophy
...the role of standard logic reference is fulfilled by the present volume... excellent value for money... the standard logic text for the 1980's... The book is certainly a gold-mine of information on modern logic... the only reliable reference in classical logic... deserves the widest possible use...
Canadian Journal of Philosophy