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Traditionally, logicians have distinguished between deductive

principles are used in drawing new propositions out of premises in which they lie

latent, and inductive

Traditionally, logicians have distinguished between deductive

**logic**, whoseprinciples are used in drawing new propositions out of premises in which they lie

latent, and inductive

**logic**, which ventures conclusions from particular facts that ...Page 270

Elementary

the nature of elementary

discoveries seem to show in some sense that elementary

logician ...

Elementary

**logic**. An area that is perhaps of more philosophical interest is that ofthe nature of elementary

**logic**itself. On the one hand, the completenessdiscoveries seem to show in some sense that elementary

**logic**is what thelogician ...

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Set Theory and Its

Abstract Set Theory, 3rd ed. (1965). For the

number theory and recursive functions), see elliott mendelson. Introduction to ...

Set Theory and Its

**Logic**(1963). For an advanced treatment, see a.a. fraenkel.Abstract Set Theory, 3rd ed. (1965). For the

**logical**foundations of mathematics (number theory and recursive functions), see elliott mendelson. Introduction to ...

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