Sooner than I was planning, there’s now yet another update for the Teach Yourself Logic Guide. So here is Version 9.4 of the Guide (pp. iii + 72).
The main change — though it is a significant one, which is why it is worth propagating this new version ahead of schedule — is that the Guide has been reorganized to make it easier to navigate, and hopefully less daunting. Topics on the standard “mathematical logic” curriculum (of interest of mathematicians and philosophers alike) are now separated more sharply from topics likely to be more specialized interest to some philosophers. I’ve also added comments on books by Devlin, Hodel, Johnstone, and Sider.
As I’ve said before, do spread the word to anyone you think might have use for the Guide. As always, there’s a stable URL for the page which links to the latest version, http://logicmatters.net/students/tyl/. You can reliably use that link in reading lists, or on your website’s resources page for graduate students, etc.