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A Formal Analysis of Biblical, Talmudic and Rabbinic Logic
Avi Sion, Ph.D.
© Copyright Avi Sion, 1995 and 1997.
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First published 1995, by Avi Sion in Geneva, Switzerland.
Also published 1997, by Editions Slatkine, Geneva, Switzerland.
A mes deux soeurs et leurs familles.
“He who wishes to attain to human perfection, must therefore first study Logic…
My son, so long as you are engaged in studying… Logic, you belong to those who go around the palace in search of the gates.”
(Moses Maimonides: Guide for the Perplexed.)
“I read [Judaic Logic] with great interest. It is a very important book, which has its place in every Jewish library.”
(Prof. Ely Merzbach, Bar Ilan University, editor of Higayon.)
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