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Good introduction, especially the first few chapters. It gets increasingly technical, as you might expect. Some of the later chapters have more OCR errors than I would like.Published 8 months ago by DaleO
This book helpful to understand set theory, but if you do not know any thing about this subject, I recommend "Set Theory by Martha Pieper"Published 13 months ago by MMLS
I essentially agree with what has been said. This book might be too watered down for hard core mathematicians but it's perfect for philosophers and others with an interest in math... Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by Erick Adrian Bautista
This is a good book for an introductory course on the subject. It contains the basic topics, but if you are looking for strong introduction to mathematical logic, maybe this is not... Read morePublished on December 18, 2011 by arbueno