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*To*: cowan@ccil.org*Subject*: logical structures paper.*From*: Logical Language Group <lojbab@access.digex.net>*Date*: Fri, 29 Sep 1995 23:36:31 -0400*Cc*: pcliffje@crl.com

In wirting to Peter S., i commented about the logic paper. And it occurred to me that one way to solve the logic teaching aspect is to piggyback on some standard text in logic. State up fron that you presume that the reader is familiar with the material in some specific or all of some reference work or works as a level of logical knowledge, and then assume that knowledge in your writing. If it turns out your standard isn't optimal, pc or someone can then write an intro to logic for Lojban that specifically teaches the necessary material as a prelude to your starting point in the paper. We can then use the latter as the basis for logic-teaching in the textbook when we get to it. What do you think? I'll cc this to pc, so he can add his comments, and maybe propose a reference text as a standard that should be understandable by most people without taking a formal logic course (or it could be a text for a first formal logic course). pc? lojbab

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