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I want to learn symbolic logic, any suggestion?

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    Google it

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    Google search? :]

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    I want to learn the subject not to know what it is.

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    Google Still Helps =] They have different websites you can go on. To learn about it.

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    I already googled it. The thing is that I wanted to know if someone has a favorite material that could recommend to me.

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    Studying an actual subject that uses lots of symbolic logic would give you a good exposure, for example these e-books http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Set_Theory/Sets#Sets_and_elements http://philosophy.csusb.edu/~troy/SLmain.pdf of course there are many different kinds of symbolic logic, like lamda calculus and stuff so you should probably pick a field

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    Thank you Turing!2

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    There is an excellent studybook on this subject written by a HS mathematics teacher called "Symbolic Logic and the Binomial Expansion: Two Math Projects" by Richard Forringer. It walks you through the basics of Symbolic Logic and offers plenty of practice areas in a work book format. One can easily use this book for self-learning the topic of Symbolic Logic. The book is available through Amazon and also the Apple iBookstore (as an ebook).

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