Discovering Modern Set Theory: The basics

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American Mathematical Society, 1996 - Mathematics - 210 pages
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This book bridges the gap between the many elementary introductions to set theory that are available today and the more advanced, specialized monographs. The authors have taken great care to motivate concepts as they are introduced. The large number of exercises included make this book especially suitable for self-study. Students are guided towards their own discoveries in a lighthearted, yet rigorous manner.

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