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A more graduate-level book but one I found pleasing:

A Logical Approach to Discrete Mathematics: https://www.amazon.com/Logical-Approach-Discrete-Monographs-...

And a more pragmatic approach to the same material (with a lot of cross-over in terms of proof-style, etc):

Programming in the 1990s: http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9780387973821

But one I particularly enjoyed early on was written for liberal-arts level students of maths (who might've been traumatized by maths in the past):

Introduction to Graph Theory: https://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Graph-Theory-Dover-Mathe...

It will actually get you into writing proofs in set theory within the first couple of chapters.




Oh gosh the equational logic rabbit hole.

To add to the fire: http://mathmeth.com/




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