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Miscellaneous front pages, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, volume 14, issue 2 (1973)
Rado's theorem and solvability of systems of equations.
Alexander Abian; 145-150
A simplified semantics for modal logic.
L. F. Goble; 151-174
The completeness of an intensional logic: definite topological logic.
James W. Garson; 175-184
Physical modalities and the system $E$.
Kenneth W. Collier; 185-194
The concept of logic.
A. P. Rao; 195-204
Andreas Kesler and the later theory of consequence.
E. J. Ashworth; 205-214
Une généralisation du carré logique.
Teodor Stihi; 215-223
On conserving positive logics.
Robert K. Meyer; 224-236
Local recursive theory.
Vladeta Vučković; 237-246
Simultaneous versus successive quantification.
Leroy F. Meyers; 247-249
Many-valued logics and the Lewis paradoxes.
Edward Schuh; 250-252
A completeness proof for $C$-calculus.
H. Hiż; 253-258
On how best to make sense of Leśniewski's ontology.
Paul T. Sagal; 259-262
Sums of at least $9$ ordinals.
Martin M. Zuckerman; 263-268
On the number of overlapping subsets of a set.
Paul J. Welsh; 269-272
A note on transitivity.
John R. Chidgey; 273-275
Unusual feature of $S3^\ast$.
Ivo Thomas; 276
On the extensions of $S5$.
Peter Gärdenfors; 277-280
A new representation of $S5$.
Steven K. Thomason; 281-284
On an alleged contradiction lurking in Frege's Begriffsschrift.
Terrell Ward Bynum; 285-287
A correction in Copi's account of Boolean normal forms.
Alex Blum; 288
Miscellaneous back pages, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, volume 14, issue 2 (1973)