- Analysis

"Principles of Mathematical Analysis", Rudin

[Prerequisites: Some background in calculus. Strong working knowledge of set theory] - Category Theory

"Category Theory", Awodey

[Prerequisites: Reasonable backgorund in abstract algebra. Mathematical maturity] - Lattice Theory

"General Lattice Theory", Gratzer

[Prerequisites: Comfortable with basic set-theoretic language and symbols. Some mathematical maturity] - Linear Algebra

"Linear Algebra", Hoffman and Kunze

[Prerequisites: Comfortable with basic set-theoretic language and symbols] - Logic

"Mathematical Analysis", Kleene

[Prerequisites: Patience and a willingness to learn]

### Books

Below is a continuously-updated list of books which I recommend for learning particular disciplines. I will only recommend what I've had some experience with myself.

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