Hamkins seems very much to be preparing his students for mathematical analysis, and, as such, spends more time covering methods of proving mathematical facts. Indeed, the final chapter of his textbook is titled “real analysis” and we might assume that a student will be prepared for it by the time they have covered the rest of the book.

Joshua K. Farrar 🌠@joshuakfarrar@arlington.socialHamkins’ book is, I think, the “missing link” I have been searching for between the lower and advanced mathematics. 🧮