Things you don't need to know…
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December 28th, 2013, 13:44
We're a bit outside the scope of this thread here. But. If we can trust the titles, these two books contains everything there is to know.
Which means that they also contain all the things you don't need to know (in addition to those you do need to know, of course. For instance set theory).
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