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I know there are a lot of book recomendations in this site, but I thought my background

is sufficiently strange to ask for a special answer.

I've got my Calculus, basic Real Analysis and linear algebra OK.

I'm rather weak in geometry though, but I feel ok learning new stuff in maths.

I have some basic knowledge on Physics, but I've never taken a college course.

I'm interested in a solid general introduction on basic concepts. I'm interested in general in philosophy of science, so I'd rather have a theoretic oriented book than an applied one.

I'm looking for, I hope, demanding books, rather than washed-down versions.

Thanks for your time!

cd

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