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Notes by John Eccles on Popper's lectures given at the University of Otago from 22 to 26 May 1945.

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AP065h Extesnsions to T&M.pdf
Instructions and exercises for advanced logic course, on some extensions of the system Q that Prior developed in his book Time and modality. The paper is dated from November 1957.

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An annotated course description of Popper's 1939 W.E.A. course titled "Science in the making". It states the title, time, location, and a brief description of the course.

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An annotated course description of Popper's W.E.A. 1939 course titled "Science in the making". It states the title, time, location, and a brief description of the course.

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AP065i Tarskis Concept of Truth.pdf
Lecture paper on Tarski's theory of truth

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AP065e Logic Notes V.pdf
Logic lecture notes mimeographed at the Philosophy Department of the Canterbury University College/University of Canterbury. The notes are presented in 200 sections divided in 5 topical parts. Each part has a separate title, separate pagination and…

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AP065d Logic Notes IV.pdf
Logic lecture notes mimeographed at the Philosophy Department of the Canterbury University College/University of Canterbury. The notes are presented in 200 sections, divided in 5 topical parts. Each part has a separate title, separate pagination and…

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AP065f New Systems of Modal Logic.pdf
Two pages of logic lecture notes mimeographed at the Philosophy Department of the Canterbury University College/University of Canterbury. The notes are titled 'Some new systems of modal logic (1957-8)' and were obviously meant to serve as an appendix…

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AP065g Systems of PC.pdf
Three pages of logic lecture notes mimeographed at the Philosophy Department of the University of Canterbury. The notes represent 8 sections of various propositional systems, meant obviously as an appendix to Logic notes III. The date is not given,…

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AP065c Logic Notes III.pdf
Logic lecture notes mimeographed at the Philosophy Department of the Canterbury University College/University of Canterbury. The notes are presented in 200 sections, divided in 5 topical parts. Each part has a separate title, separate pagination and…

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