School websites of the course:
This course has several continuations at level 4:
Set Theory and
: Basic knowledge of Predicate Logic as as for example taught at the end of
The precise reference is: Sections 9-13 in MATH20302.pdf
Monday 10-11 in Alan Turing G.209.
Tuesday 10-11 in Alan Turing G.205.
Tuesday 11-12 in Alan Turing G.209. This will be the tutorial in most weeks.
On the exam, only chapters 1--3 will be asked. There are several proofs and items
in chapters 1--3 that are also not examinable, this is noted in the text.
Warmup Questions for Set Theory.
Warmup Questions for Model Theory.
There were two in-class tests (each weighting 10% in the unit).
They have been returned in the tutorials. Feedback was given in the tutorials.
Past exam papers
can be found
Self contained notes will be provided. A variety of other sources is listed here.
Enderton, Herbert B; A mathematical introduction to logic.
Second edition. Harcourt/Academic Press, Burlington, MA, 2001. xii+317 pp. ISBN: 0-12-238452-0
- Cori, René, Lascar, Daniel;
Mathematical logic. A course with exercises. Part I.
Propositional Calculus, Boolean algebras, predicate calculus. Translated from the 1993 French original by Donald H. Pelletier. With a foreword to the original French edition by Jean-Louis Krivine and a foreword to the English edition by Wilfrid Hodges. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000. xx+338 pp. ISBN: 0-19-850049-1; 0-19-850048-3
Hamilton, A. G. Logic for mathematicians.
Second edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1988. viii+228 pp. ISBN: 0-521-36865-0 03-01
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