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Axiomatic set theory
1.1 Why axiomatic set theory?
1.2 The language and the basic axioms
2.1 Relations and the axiom of choice
2.2 Functions and the replacement scheme
2.3 Generalized union, intersection, and Cartesian product 19
2.4 Partial- and linear-order relations 21
2.4 Partial- and linear-order relations
3.1 Natural numbers
3.2 Integers and rational numbers
3.3 Real numbers 31
3.3 Real numbers
4.1 Well-ordered sets and the axiom of foun-
4.2 Ordinal numbers
4.3 Deﬁnitions by transﬁnite induction 49
4.3 Deﬁnitions by transﬁnite induction
4.4 Zorn’s lemma in algebra, analysis, and
Cardinal numbers
5.1 Cardinal numbers and the continuum hy-
5.2 Cardinal arithmetic
5.3 Coﬁnality
Subsets of Rn
6.2 Closed sets and Borel sets 89
6.2 Closed sets and Borel sets
Strange real functions
7.1 Measurable and nonmeasurable functions
7.2 Darboux functions
7.3 Additive functions and Hamel bases 111
7.3 Additive functions and Hamel bases
7.4 Symmetrically discontinuous functions
Martin’s axiom
8.1 Rasiowa–Sikorski lemma
8.2 Martin’s axiom 139
8.2 Martin’s axiom
8.3 Suslin hypothesis and diamond principle
Forcing
9.1 Elements of logic and other forcing pre-
9.2 Forcing method and a model for ¬CH
9.3 Model for CH and ♦
9.4 Product lemma and Cohen model 189
9.4 Product lemma and Cohen model
9.5 Model for MA+¬CH
Axioms of set theory
Notation
References
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Ciesielski - Set theory for the working mathematician (1997)(244s) MA, diamond, forcing для использования вне Set Th.

# Ciesielski - Set theory for the working mathematician (1997)(244s) MA, diamond, forcing для использования вне Set Th.

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