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    Hi,

    I am currently a second year undergraduate studying Philosophy. I took a logic course last year in predicate and sentential logic and did well. This year I have taken a course in Axiomatic Set Theory. Involving things like Zermelo's Axiomatic Theory, Ordinals, Cardinal Numbers etc.

    Basically I am wondering if anyone knows a really good textbook which can help me understand the concepts. I used 'Logic Book' by Bergmann for last years course which was really helpful. I was suggested using 'Elements of Set Theory' by Enderton but it costs around £100.

    Thanks for any help
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    Print the lecture notes from UCL moodle. They are brilliant and probably better than any textbook I could recommend.
 
 
 
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