This book collects, for the first time in one volume, contributions honoring Professor Raymond Smullyan's work on self-reference.
It serves not only as a tribute to one of the great thinkers in logic, but also as a celebration of self-reference in general,
to be enjoyed by all lovers of this field. Raymond Smullyan, mathematician, philosopher, musician and inventor of logic puzzles,
made a lasting impact on the study of mathematical logic; accordingly, this book spans the many personalities through which
Professor Smullyan operated, offering extensions and re-evaluations of his academic work on self-reference, applying self-referential
logic to art and nature, and lastly, offering new puzzles designed to communicate otherwise esoteric concepts in mathematical
logic, in the manner for which Professor Smullyan was so well known.
This book is suitable for students, scholars
and logicians who are interested in learning more about Raymond Smullyan's work and life.