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Using Intensional Type Theory, Gilmore covers elementary logic, type theory, recursions, choice and function terms, intuitionist logic, logic and mathematics and logic and computer science.
There is also an interesting discussion of the nature of the logical connectives and intuitionist logic.
Yaroslav Shramko argues that there are logics that can presuppose deep temporal ideas even if they do not involve temporal concepts in their syntax, and illustrates this with a discussion of negation in intuitionist logic.