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  1. K. Ciesielski, Set theory for the working mathematician.
    1997; ISBN 0-521-59465-0 (NAW 5/1 nr.2, 2000, p. 179).
  2. I. Stewart, Het magisch labyrint.
    1998; ISBN 90-5712-036-4 (NAW 5/1 nr.2, 2000, p. 205).
  3. I.M. James (ed.), History of topology.
    1999; ISBN 0-444-82375-1 (NAW 5/2 nr.3, 2001, p. 209).
  4. S. Huggett en S. Jordan, A topological aperitif.
    2001; ISBN 1-85233-377-4 (NAW 5/3 nr.3, 2002, p. 270).
  5. A. Hajnal en P. Hamburger, Set Theory.
    2001; ISBN 0-521-59667-X (NAW 5/4 nr.1, 2003, p. 77).
  6. Nigel J. Cutland, Mauro di Nasso, David A. Ross, Nonstandard Methods and Applications in Mathematics.
    2006; ISBN 1-56881-291-4 (NAW 5/9 nr.4, 2008, p. 298).
  7. Alexander Kechris, Benedikt Löwe, John Steel, Games, Scales and Suslin Cardinals.
    2008; ISBN 978-0-521-89951-2 (NAW 5/11 nr.2, 2010, p. 147).
  8. Matthew Foreman and Akihiro Kanamori, Handbook of Set Theory.
    2010; ISBN 978-1-4020-4843-2 (NAW 5/12 nr.4, 2011, p. 262--264).
  9. Alexander Kechris, Benedikt Löwe, John Steel, Wadge Degrees and Projective Ordinals.
    2012; ISBN 978-0-521-762038 (NAW 5/14 nr.2, 2013, p. 145).

Other

  1. Set Theory for the Working Mathematician by Krzysztof Ciesielski, London Mathematical Society Student Texts 39, Cambridge University Press, London, November 1997. 240pp, Hardcover 37.50, ISBN: 0 521 59441 3. Topological Commentary, Volume 3, issue 2, August15 1998

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