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I am seeking a small amount of people who are interested in learning mathematics outside of a school setting. I propose that we set up a local community where we can go through texts together (read them independently and than discuss them at regular intervals), this of course will be done online via a forum and/or chat room.

How we could go about it:

First of course we'll need to set up the said comunity, the details of how we should go about it should be discussed in depth by those who are interested.

I'm thinking of first beginning with set theory and logic and from there progressing onwards at a steady rate up the mathematical hierarchy. It will be necessary to go over what may seem to be trivial (this is to insure we actually know what we know - hope that makes sense), we will do this at a rapid rate, only stopping if we find something interesting.

Qualities you should have if your interested:

1) People who are deeply interested in mathematics.

2) People with spare time (time to spend going through a text on your own and having time to discuss what you learn).

3) Be willing to be part of a group (that is sharing the knowledge you have and asking meaningful questions to stimulate the group or to attempt to fill in your lack of knowledge).

4) Intelligent people: People who can think for themselves, have the ability to work out problems out, etc.

If anyone interested message me here or through a personal message.

**Also anyone who has some ideas that could help such a 'group' out or criticism to the idea please don't hesitate to post a response.**