You need something good to read over the holidays; so here is the Teach Yourself Logic 2016: A Study Guide!
For anyone who doesn’t know TYL, it is aimed at philosophers (who have already done a baby logic course) and mathematicians who are trying to teach themselves some mathematical logic and need a guide through the very large literature.
For those who are familiar with the 2015 version, there are some presentational changes aimed at making the Guide look a bit less daunting and more manageable, a few new recommendations or changes of view, and a lot of minor tinkering.
As always, constructive comments are immensely welcome. And many thanks to those who have made suggestions over the last year. I fear I may have overlooked/forgotten about some good ones: in which case, nag me! But most logic teachers are busy people, and haven’t time to wade through an 89 page Guide, however zestfully written it is. So, in the new year, I might start putting some cut-down excerpts here on the blog, to ask for feedback on specific sections. I’m sure all kinds of improvements could be made; but having spent quite a bit of time on the new version already, and to prevent myself tinkering away more over the holidays when I should be doing more fun things, here it is. Enjoy!