I am more precisely looking for a book on mathematical logic which presupposes only minimal exposure to set theory. Preferably something which includes an introductory chapter delineating relevant set theoretic principals.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am familiar with only basic set theory. More precisely this means that I understand the following concepts:Power sets, relations, functions, classes, union, intersection, ordered tuples. I know some group, ring and field theory.

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# Good books in Set theory and Mathematical Logic

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