The following list of texts may be of help as they cover the same material as our text with a slightly different viewpoint. You can borrow any of these from me. The newer books on this list have publication dates.

- Ash,
**A Primer of Abstract Mathematics**, MAA - Avelsgaard,
**Foundations for Advanced Mathematics**(Out of Print) - This text has been used in the past for this course.
- Barnier and Feldman,
**Introduction to Advanced Mathematics**, (2nd Ed.), Prentice Hall, 2000 - Bond,
**Introduction to Abstract Mathematics**, Brooks/Cole - Cupillari,
**The Nuts and Bolts of Proofs**, Wadsworth - A small paperback with no frills.
- D'Angelo and West,
**Mathematical Thinking: Problem Solving and Proofs**, (2nd Ed.), Prentice Hall, 2000 - Lots of nice exercises ... was a contender for our text.
- Devlin,
**Sets, Functions, and Logic: An Introduction to Abstract Mathematics**(3rd Ed.), Chapman & Hall/ CRC Press, 2004 - I really like this book. It is well written and a serious possible replacement for our text.
- Iglewicz and Stoyle,
**An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning**, MacMillan - Fletcher and Patty,
**Foundations of Higher Mathematics**, PWS-Kent - This text has also been used in the past for this course.
- Gilbert and Vanstone,
**An Introduction to Mathematical Thinking**, Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2005 (New Book) - Lay,
**Analysis with an introduction to Proof**, (3rd Ed.), Prentice Hall, 2001 - Maddox,
**Mathematical Thinking and Writing**, Harcourt/Academic Press, 2002 - Morash,
**Bridge to Abstract Mathematics**, Random House - O'Leary,
**The Structure of Proof: With Logic and Set Theory**, Prentice-Hall, 2003 - Schumacher,
**Chapter Zero: Fundamental Notions of Abstract Mathematics**, Addison-Wesley, 1996. - Smith, Eggen, St. Andre,
**A Transition to Advanced Mathematics**, (6th Ed.), Thomson (Brooks/Cole), 2006 - Former text used in this course. You'd think they'd be able to get it right after the third edition ... but I guess not.
- Sundstrom,
**Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof**, Prentice-Hall 2003 - Wolf,
**Proof, Logic and Conjecture: A Mathematician's Toolbox**, Freeman, 1998 - I like this book since it seriously deals with logic. Check out the blurb on the back cover.