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I spend some time talking about this in my question here

http://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theoremshttps://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.

You can also find a lot of support for introducing normal subgroups as kernels here: http://mathoverflow.net/a/7796/1106https://mathoverflow.net/a/7796/1106

I spend some time talking about this in my question here

http://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.

You can also find a lot of support for introducing normal subgroups as kernels here: http://mathoverflow.net/a/7796/1106

I spend some time talking about this in my question here

https://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.

You can also find a lot of support for introducing normal subgroups as kernels here: https://mathoverflow.net/a/7796/1106

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I spend some time talking about this in my question here

http://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.

You can also find a lot of support for introducing normal subgroups as kernels here: http://mathoverflow.net/a/7796/1106

I spend some time talking about this in my question here

http://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.

I spend some time talking about this in my question here

http://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.

You can also find a lot of support for introducing normal subgroups as kernels here: http://mathoverflow.net/a/7796/1106

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I spend some time talking about this in my question here

http://mathoverflow.net/questions/41955/does-any-textbook-take-this-approach-to-the-isomorphism-theorems

I really think defining normal subgroups as kernels of homomorphisms is a great idea.