I am a second year pure math major at university. I took a class on social theory last semester, and did not enjoy it very much because the texts seemed lean toward obscurantism to the point of meaninglessness (eg. Hegel). In mathematics, one knows that if one is confused, it is because the material is difficult, not because it is meaningless (because the meaning of terms is clearly and unambiguously defined a priori). In social theory, I sometimes felt like it was hard to tell if I was confused because the material was conceptually difficult, or just verbiage that could be generated by GPT-3 and hailed as "profound" by academics in the field.
Rant aside, I have really enjoyed the little exposure to analytic philosophy (Frege, Russell, etc) I have had, and wanted a more serious introduction for someone with a technical background. A comprehensive introduction that is not dry (ie. motivated by reasonable philosophical questions an ordinary person might have) would be appreciated. Where should one start?