Hilary Putnam

Philosophy of Logic

New York: Harper and Row, 1971. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1972. Repr. in Mathematics, Matter and Method, 2nd ed. (1985), pp. 323-357.

CONTENTS
Preface, pp. vii
1.   
What Logic Is, pp. 3-7
2.    The Nominalism-Realism Issue, pp. 9-23
3.    The Nominalism-Realism Issue and Logic, pp. 25-32
4.    Logic versus Mathematics, pp. 33-34
5.    The Inadequacy of Nominalistic Language, pp. 35-43
6.    Predicative versus Impredicative Conceptions of  “Sets”, pp. 45-51
7.    How Much Set Theory is Really Indispensable for Science? pp. 53-56
8.   
Indispensability Arguments, pp. 57-74
9.    Unconsidered Complications, pp. 75-76