If logic governs the laws of thought, how can it be integrated with mathematical reasoning? To identify the boundaries of this conjunction, we embark on a journey between the paths of philosophy and mathematics, finally arriving at a different, integrated element: mathematical logic. Abraham Robinson reconstructs the historical framework of this complex voyage, outlining its relations with varied fields of philosophy and language. Despite the complexity of the subject, he manages to offer a clearly accessible and comprehensible learning experience. The volume is enriched by a fine preface by Gabriele Lolli, plus Beppo Levi's 1934 essay on mathematical logic.
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