Elementary Set Theory with a Universal Set
by Randall Holmes
Number of pages: 240
From the table of contents: The Set Concept; Boolean Operations on Sets; Building Finite Structures; The Theory of Relations; Sentences and Sets; Stratified Comprehension; Philosophical Interlude; Equivalence and Order; Introducing Functions; Operations on Functions; The Natural Numbers; The Real Numbers; The Axiom of Choice; Ordinal Numbers; Cardinal Numbers; etc.
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