“Review of Universal Logic by Ross Brady,” The Bulletin Symbolic Logic 14 (2007) 544–547.

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This solid volume with the ominous black cover and eerie glowing disc lettered with inscrutable strings of characters such as “DNdQ,” “LSDJd,” and “L2LDJQ±” is the fruit of over 30 years of Ross Brady’s logical labours. And it is worth the wait…


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