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- Bishop Berkeley, The analyst: A discourse addressed to an infidel mathematician,The World of Mathematics, vol. 1 (J. R. Newman, ed.), London: Allen and Unwin (1956), 288–293.A thin succulent layer of mathematics with a strong sprinkling of invective, steeped in a vitriolic sauce of sarcasm. Brilliant!!Google Scholar
- M. Spivak,Calculus, New York: Benjamin (1967).The introductory text to university-level analysis. The New English bible of the Quasi-religious Sect!Google Scholar
- K. D. Stroyan and W. A. J. Luxemburg,An Introduction to the Theory of Infinitesimals, New York: Academic Press (1976).Pitched highly, but contains a good ultrafilter construction in chapter 1. Google Scholar
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