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Happy Birthday Herman Rubin and thanks!
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Nov 4, 2012 11:31 PM




Re: Happy Birthday Herman Rubin and thanks!
Posted:
Nov 4, 2012 11:31 PM


On Monday, October 29, 2012 2:44:26 AM UTC7, smn wrote: > On Saturday, October 27, 2012 9:47:09 AM UTC7, The poster formerly known as Colleyville Alan wrote: > > > Happy Birthday, Herman. And thanks for recommending your late wife's book on set theory  I was able to find a copy and I am enjoying it very much. > > > > > > Alan > > > > Hello . Set theory for mathematicians by Jean Rubin is indeed a very excellent book both for the system of natural logic and for the KellyMoore set theory .There is also another excellent book on KellyMoore set theory by Donald Monk. > > However both books are out of print. Perhaps Herman could give all of us a present by arranging for the book to be published in Dover so that it would be as inexpensive as possible for the benefit of future generations . > > And while I'm at it let me mention that the best book on set theory to appear lately did come out in Dover  Raymond Smullyan and Melvin fitting set theory and the continuum hypothesis . > > And yes of course Happy Birthday to Herman Rubin .smn
Thanks for the info on Donald Monk and the Dover book.
> perhaps Herman could give all of us a present by arranging for the book to be published in Dover so that it would be as inexpensive as possible for the benefit of future generations.
That would be cool.



