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#### Forcing for Mathematicians

World Scientific Publishing Company 2014; US$ 70.00Ever since Paul Cohen's spectacular use of the forcing concept to prove the independence of the continuum hypothesis from the standard axioms of set theory, forcing has been seen by the general mathematical community as a subject of great intrinsic interest but one that is technically so forbidding that it is only accessible to specialists. In... more...

#### Classification Theory

Elsevier Science 1990; US$ 376.00In this research monograph, the author's work on classification and related topics are presented. This revised edition brings the book up to date with the addition of four new chapters as well as various corrections to the 1978 text. The additional chapters X - XIII present the solution to countable first order T of what the author sees as the main... more...

#### Model Theory

Elsevier Science 1990; US$ 72.95Since the second edition of this book (1977), Model Theory has changed radically, and is now concerned with fields such as classification (or stability) theory, nonstandard analysis, model-theoretic algebra, recursive model theory, abstract model theory, and model theories for a host of nonfirst order logics. Model theoretic methods have also had a... more...

#### Logik und Algebra

De Gruyter Oldenbourg 2012; US$ 554.00In diesem Buch werden die Zusammenhänge zwischen Relationen, Funktionen und relationalen Datenbanken tiefer aufgezeigt, als dies üblicherweise in anderen, rein mathematisch orientierten Einführungswerken üblich ist. more...

#### The Birth of Model Theory

Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 87.50Löwenheim's theorem reflects a critical point in the history of mathematical logic, for it marks the birth of model theory--that is, the part of logic that concerns the relationship between formal theories and their models. However, while the original proofs of other, comparably significant theorems are well understood, this is not the case with Löwenheim's... more...