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I'm looking for an introductory book on Tarski-Grothendieck (TG) set theory. The emphasis should be on TG, not on large cardinals, or long detailed comparisons between TG and other theories.

Does anyone know of such a book?

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Try the introductory chapter of P.M. Cohn's Universal Algebra.

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Thanks. More broadly, would you recommend Cohn's Universal Algebra for an introduction to universal algebra? I've had little exposure to that area but I'd like to learn more. – goblin Mar 17 '13 at 1:39

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