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Chapters   Supplementary materials
Written by Norman Swartz
Written by Raymond Bradley
  1.  Legal notice
  1.  Contents
  1.  Preface
  1.  To the Teacher
  1.  To the Student
  1.  Possible Worlds
  2.  Propositions
  3.  Knowledge
  4.  The Science of Logic: An Overview  
  5.  Truth-Functional Propositional Logic
  6.  Modal Propositional Logic
  6.  Index

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