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Topic: Happy Birthday Herman Rubin and thanks!
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The poster formerly known as Colleyville Alan

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Registered: 10/27/12
Re: Happy Birthday Herman Rubin and thanks!
Posted: Nov 4, 2012 11:31 PM
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On Monday, October 29, 2012 2:44:26 AM UTC-7, smn wrote:
> On Saturday, October 27, 2012 9:47:09 AM UTC-7, The poster formerly known as Colleyville Alan wrote:
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> > 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.
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> Hello . Set theory for mathematicians by Jean Rubin is indeed a very excellent book both for the system of natural logic and for the Kelly-Moore set theory .There is also another excellent book on Kelly-Moore set theory by Donald Monk.
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> 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 .
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> 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 .
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> 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.



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