Elements of Intuitionism. Michael Dummett.

Elements of Intuitionism

Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. [5], vi-xii, [1], 2-467, [1] pp. Bound in blue cloth with publishers device, twin horizontal rules, and lettering stamped in gold on the spine. Price of £9.00 net on front jacket flap. Omega Bibliography VI, 181. Volume 2 in the Oxford Logic Guides series. Slater 292. Dummett was one of the most important philosophers of the latter half of the twentieth century and made major contributions to the study of Frege and philosophy of language in general, as well as metaphysics and logic. This book is an introduction to the fundamental notions of intuitionistic mathematics with a focus on intuitionistic logic and its properties (as opposed to surveying efforts to reconstruct mathematics in accordance with intuitionistic principles). A sharp copy of one of the most important works on intuitionism. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #000011653

Near Fine with owner's stamp on the front endpaper in a very near Fine dust jacket with very mild fading to the spine panel.

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