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## From Frege to GÖdel

Twentieth-century logic, and even late nineteenth-century logic, cannot be properly understood without some acquaintance not only with earlier nineteenth-century logic but also with nineteenth-century mathematics. The final section of our survey therefore begins with a sketch of the influence of nineteenth-century mathematics on the major logical developments of both the Boolean and the more recent periods. This will be followed by discussions of particular logicians.

## Bibliography

(Secondary material on the logicians discussed in the final section of the article is to be found mainly in the first two parts of the bibliography.)

Carnap, Rudolf. *Foundations of Logic and Mathematics*. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1939. This is Vol. I, no. 3, of *International Encyclopedia of Unified Science*.

Carnap, Rudolf. *Introduction to Semantics*. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press...

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