W. J. Blok and Don Pigozzi set out to try to answer the question of
what it means for a logic to have algebraic semantics. In this
seminal book they transformed the study of algebraic logic by
giving a general framework for the study of logics by algebraic
means. The Dutch mathematician W. J. Blok (1947-2003) received his
doctorate from the University of Amsterdam in 1979 and was
Professor of Mathematics at the University of Illinois, Chicago
until his death in an automobile accident. Don Pigozzi (1935- )
grew up in Oakland, California, received his doctorate from the
University of California, Berkeley in 1970, and was Professor of
Mathematics at Iowa State University until his retirement in 2002.
The Advanced Reasoning Forum is pleased to make available in its
Classic Reprints series this exact reproduction of the 1989 text,
with a new errata sheet prepared by Don Pigozzi.
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