Notes on Set Theory
by Michael Makkai
Publisher: McGill University 2000
Number of pages: 440
Contents: Sets and classes; The universe of pure sets; Further principles of set-construction; Natural numbers and ordinals; Well-founded Relations and recursion; Indexing by ordinals and the axiom of choice; Well-orderings; Zorn's lema; Cardinal numbers; Cardinal arithmetic; Regular cardinals; Models of the axioms of set theory; Inaccessible cardinals; The Boole/Stone algebra of sets.
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