Could anyone reccommend some good books on set theory?
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Naive Set Theory by Halmos. :)
Thanks, I'll check it out
how about Axiomatic Set Theory by Suppes or Theory of Sets by Kamke. only the one by suppes has problems though.
Hrbacek and Jech is very good, and covers a lot of stuff. But if you only want the basics, a book on proofs may be sufficient, for example "Book of proof" by Richard Hammack or "How to prove it" by Velleman. (I know that the former is good, and there's a free online version if you want to check it out. I'm not familiar with the latter, but it seems to be very popular).
Nah, I want somwething that is pretty rigorous. And I'll check out the one with the problems, I find that they help me know if I've understood the content. Thanks very much
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