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Lately, I have been interested in philosophy and in particular the branches of philosophy where there is a tie with mathematics and physics. From this point, I think the best branch to start studying would be the most robust one for scientists. i.e Logic.

But I am having a problem finding a textbook to read from. Mathematicians usually focus on, well "math"! While philosophers goes for the whole spectrum of logic, but without using the privilege of mathematical notation.

So I am basically searching for a broad textbook that cover Logic as whole, but includes mathematical notations as well. (So that I can link my knowledge of math with the logic)

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__Note: I already know introductory set theory.__

Can Anyone help me finding a suitable textbook?