[Old exam question] Counterexamples in a Tarski World
LPL Exercise 1.3
Tarski's World Revised and Expanded Lecture Notes
LPL Exercise 1.2
Tarski's World | Wikipedia audio article
Tarski's World is a computer-based introduction to first-order logic written by Jon Barwise and John Etchemendy. It is named after the mathematical logician Alfred Tarski. The package includes a book, which serves as a textbook and manual, and a computer program which together serve as an introduction to the semantics of logic through games in which simple, three-dimensional worlds are populated with various geometric figures and these are used to test the truth or falsehood of first-order logic sentences. The program is also included in Language, Proof and Logic package.
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