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Currently I am reading Logic an Structure by Dirk van Dalen (2008).

As I am missing some basics I try to find related lectures on youtube.

I frequently watch MIT, Stanford, and University of Nottinham lectures on youtube.

However, I have a hard time to find lectures on topics like predicate logic, high order logic, and intuitionistic logic.

Does anyone happen to have pointers?


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Here's a link with various lectures on logic in general. I hope some of them are related to what you're looking for: – Apostolos Nov 16 '10 at 13:58
thanks very much for the link. just what I was looking for ;-) – mrsteve Nov 17 '10 at 21:11

MIT is certainly good, I don't know what your level is but I personally prefer summer school courses: they are shorter and more condensed, so you may learn more in shorter periods of time. Plus they are addressed to a general audience.

When you search on google, try to add key words like "summer school", "winter school". Take a look at this lecture by Alwen Tiu, for instance.

More generally, I think that for very basic notions, books are better.

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