**An Introduction to Set Theory**

by William A. R. Weiss

**Publisher**: University of Toronto 2008**Number of pages**: 119

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These are notes for a graduate course in set theory. They cover the axioms of set theory, the natural numbers, the ordinal numbers, relations and orderings, cardinality, the real numbers, the universe, reflection, elementary submodels, and constructibility.

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