Resources - Branches Of Logic
Compiled with the assistance of David Sanders
LOGICAL FORM IN ARISTOTLE'S LOGIC
THE STANFORD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY
Modern Origins of Modal Logic:
AN INFORMAL INTRODUCTION TO MODAL LOGIC
By G. J. Mattey, University of California, 2007.
AN INVITATION TO MODAL LOGIC
By Eric Pacuit, Stanford University:
BASIC CONCEPTS OF MODAL LOGIC
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MODAL LOGIC
HANDBOOK OF MODAL LOGIC
By Patrick Blackburn, Johan van Benthem, and Frank Wolter,
BASIC CONCEPTS IN MODAL LOGIC
By Edward N. Zalta, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University.
Online course materials by Kevin C. Klement, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts.
POSSIBLE WORLDS, BELIEF, AND MODAL LOGIC
A tutorial written By Anthony H. Dekker, October 5, 2004
ON THE EVOLUTION OF MATHEMATICAL MODAL LOGIC
A COMPLETE WORK ON THE LEWIS MODAL SYSTEMS
LIST OF MODAL SYSTEMS
RELATIONS BETWEEN MODAL SYSTEMS
PLANTINGA AND MODAL LOGIC
THE ACTUAL AND THE POSSIBLE.
By Alexander R. Pruss
INTERIM 2010: MODAL LOGIC
A college news article by Ashleigh Draft, Calvin College, 2010. Most philosophy students study advanced topics like modal logic for the first time in graduate school, but “it’s to the student’s advantage to be exposed to modal logic as undergraduates,” says Calvin College professor, Stephen Wykstra.
Second Order Logic