The Wits Department of Philosophy has for many years and in a number of courses used the textbook Elementary Logic: A Brief Introduction, written by Professor Michael Pendlebury. We are pleased to say that Professor Pendlebury’s textbook, now in its fourth edition, may be downloaded free of charge from the links below.
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Elementary Logic: A Brief Introduction, Fourth Edition By Michael Pendlebury. Published online by the Department of Philosophy, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in December 2013.1 Pp. vi, 151. © 1997–2013 Michael Pendlebury
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