## A Tour Through Mathematical Logic, Volume 30The foundations of mathematics include mathematical logic, set theory, recursion theory, model theory, and Gödel's incompleteness theorems. Professor Wolf provides here a guide that any interested reader with some post-calculus experience in mathematics can read, enjoy, and learn from. It could also serve as a textbook for courses in the foundations of mathematics, at the undergraduate or graduate level. The book is deliberately less structured and more user-friendly than standard texts on foundations, so will also be attractive to those outside the classroom environment wanting to learn about the subject. |

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### Contents

Calculus of Variations by G A Bliss out of print | 1 |

Analytic Functions of a Complex Variable by D R Curtiss out of print | 2 |

Mathematical Statistics by H L Rietz out of print | 3 |

Projective Geometry by J W Young out of print | 4 |

A History of Mathematics in America before 1900 by D E Smith and Jekuthiel Ginsburg out of print | 5 |

Fourier Series and Orthogonal Polynomials by Dunham Jackson out of print | 6 |

Vectors and Matrices by C C MacDuffee out of print | 7 |

Kings and Ideals by N H McCoy out of print | 8 |

Knot Theory by Charles Livingston | 24 |

Homomorphisms in the Service of Geometry by Sherman Stein and Sandor Szabo | 25 |

The Sensual Quadratic Form by John H Conway assisted by Francis Y C Fung | 26 |

A Panorama of Harmonic Analysis by Steven G Krantz | 27 |

Inequalities from Complex Analysis by John P DAngelo | 28 |

Ergodic Theory of Numbers by Karma Dajani and Cor Kraaikamp | 29 |

A Tour through Mathematical Logic by Robert S Wolf | 30 |

MAA Service Center P O Box 91112 | 52 |

The Theory of Algebraic Numbers second edition by Harry Pollard and Harold G Diamond | 9 |

The Arithmetic Theory of Quadratic Forms by B W Jones out of print | 10 |

Irrational Numbers by Ivan Niven | 11 |

Statistical Independence in Probability Analysis and Number Theory by Mark | 12 |

A Primer of Real Functions third edition by Ralph P Boas | 13 |

Combinatorial Mathematics by Herbert J Ryser | 14 |

Noncommutative Kings by I N Herstein | 15 |

Dedekind Sums by Hans Rademacher and Emil Grosswald | 16 |

The Schwarz Function and Its Applications by Philip J Davis | 17 |

Celestial Mechanics by Harry Pollard | 18 |

Field Theory and Its Classical Problems by Charles Robert Hadlock | 19 |

The Generalized Kiemann Integral by Robert M McLeod | 20 |

From ErrorCorrecting Codes through Sphere Packings to Simple Groups by Thomas M Thompson | 21 |

Random Walks and Electric Networks by Peter G Doyle and J Laurie Snell | 22 |

The Geometric Viewpoint by Steven G Krantz | 23 |

Axiomatic Set Theory | 59 |

Recursion Theory and Computability | 95 |

Godels Incompleteness Theorems | 135 |

Model Theory | 165 |

Contemporary Set Theory | 225 |

Nonstandard Analysis | 279 |

Constructive Mathematics | 317 |

A A Deductive System for Firstorder Logic | 347 |

Cardinal Arithmetic | 355 |

Groups Rings and Fields | 361 |

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Symbols and Notation | 381 |

387 | |

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A Tour through Mathematical Logic: A Real Analysis Approach Robert S. Wolf No preview available - 2010 |

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