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Milne: A Primer of Commutative Algebra. Read more. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Introduction to ring theory? Ask Question. Asked 5 years, 10 months ago.

Active 2 years, 7 months ago. Viewed 2k times. I started to read about rings and got really excited. Martin Sleziak 52k 13 13 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. If you'd like to learn commutative algebra and it sounds like you would! Popular texts are Herstein and Artin for an introductory book, and Hungerford and Lang I love Hungerford once you've gone through one of the former.

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Georges Elencwajg Georges Elencwajg k 8 8 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. I think the authors assume some familarity with the notion of rings, or at least assume some mathematical maturity. The reason is that the proofs are quite short though, complete and many stuff is covered by the exercises, which other books would include into the text. That being said, I think you can become a good mathematician when you try to solve all the exercises in this book. Yes, you are right: although technically the authors assume only few previous results, the book definitely presupposes a certain maturity of its readers.

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So indeed they would read the book with more profit if they were already comfortable with the main notions in a first course in general abstract algebra, as developed in Mike Artin's Algebra for example although reading that book in its entirety is certainly not required.

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