At long last, the much corrected reprint to my An Introduction to Formal Logic (CUP, originally 2003) has arrived on my desk and is in stock at the publishers. It’s been a bit of a saga, but worth the effort. All the needed corrections which I originally listed on the web pages for the book have been made, and there are dozens of other small improvements scattered through the book.
Students: it will be much less irritating getting the corrected version even if it costs a bit more than a second-hand copy of the first printing. The paperback is relatively cheap anyway, and the new version is significantly better.
Colleagues: if you are using the book to teach from, don’t worry. Even though the new version is an improvement, and some things are better explained, you won’t have to change your lectures and classes much if at all!
Phew! Well, thank heavens that’s over. I just hope it is more than three days before I notice the first misprint in the new version …