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Say $$\mathcal{C'}\to \mathcal{C}\leftarrow \mathcal{D}$$ is a diagram of model categories and (e.g. Left) Quillen functors. I want to write down a (hopefully simple) model category $\mathcal{D}'$, or ...

Let $C$ be a category with pullbacks. Recall that a colimit in $C$ is van Kampen if it is preserved by $C/(-): C^{op} \to CAT$, $c \mapsto C/c$. We can $C$-internalize everything in sight: Let $\...

[Sent here from Math.StackExchange by suggestion of an user.] By a theorem of Joyal and Tierney, every Grothendieck topos is the classifying topos of a localic groupoid. It has been proved (e.g. C. ...

Presheaves are contravariant functors from a category $C$ to the category $Set$, that is functors $P$: $$P:C^{op}\to Set.$$ For every topology $J$ on $C$ we can generate a reflexive subcategory $$Sh(...

Does the category of Hilbert spaces and bounded maps have any particular categorical feature which can be studied systematically? I mean, I know that it's a $*$-category, but it seems to have much ...

Constructively, my only interest in regular cardinals is in terms of the "$\Sigma$-universes" they generate. By a $\Sigma$-universe, I mean a collection of triples $(X,Y,f: X \to Y)$ closed under base ...

$\def\CAT{\mathbf{Cat}}\def\Set{Set}\def\bsP{P}$In the category $\CAT$ of possibly large categories, one can build a pseudo-adjunction $P^\sharp \dashv P$ where $P$ is the functor $A\mapsto [A°,Set]$;...

In an abelian category, each subobject $A \stackrel{f}{\to} X$ individuate an equivalence relation $R(f) \to X^2$ which is given by the equalizer of $$X^2 \rightrightarrows X \to \text{Coker}(f). $$ ...

Consider the category of Banach spaces with contractions as morphisms (weak, so $\|T\| \le 1$). Is this an algebraic theory? I suspect that this is true. The "operations" will be weighted sums, ...

As you maybe remember, Isbell duality is an adjunction $$\mathcal O : [A°,Set] \leftrightarrows [A,Set]° : {\cal S}pec$$ as defined here; since every functor $f : A\to B$ defines both a functor $f^...

This question asks for a locally presentable locally cartesian closed category that is not a topos. All the answers given (at least in the 1-categorical case) are quasitoposes. What is an example of ...

I use the notation of this question. A non-decreasing continuous bijection from $[0,a]$ to $[0,b]$ where $a,b\geq 0$ are two real numbers is denoted by $[0,a] \cong^+ [0,b]$. If $\phi:[0,a]\to U$ and $...

Let $\cal K$ be a 2-category, supporting two Yoneda structures, induced by a pseudoadjunction $P^\sharp\dashv P : {\cal K}^\text{coop}\to \cal K$; this means that there is such an adjunction, or in ...

Edit: I found a serious flaw in the question and my answer, and I had to change a lot. The basic question is still there, but the details are a lot different. Premodular categories In braided ...

1) Suppose that I have a sifted diagram of categories $\mathcal{C}_i$, another of the same shape $\mathcal{D}_i$, and that I have a system $F_i:\mathcal{C}_i\to\mathcal{D}_i$ commuting with the ...

I may be wrong, but we should be able to write the Bag monad in a polynomial form. The bag monad, is exectly the multiset monad whose category of algebras are the commutative monoids. Another name ...

Given two categories $I$ and $J$ we say that colimits of shape $I$ commute with limits of shape $J$ in the category of sets, if for any functor $F : I \times J \to \text{Set}$ the canonical map $$\...

What kind of ‘category’ is Cubical type theory the internal language of? Its known that Martin-Löf type theories are the internal language of Locally cartesian closed categories, adding higher ...

Let $A$ be a unital dg-algebra over a base field $k$. We consider the category of (unbounded) right $A$-dg-modules with morphisms closed degree $0$ maps. We denote this category by dg-mod-$A$. We ...

Let $G$ be a finite group. Barwick et al define a $G-\infty$-category to be a fibration over the orbit category $O_G$ of transitive $G$-sets. But in the non-$\infty$-land, the natural guess at where I ...

Recall that an elementary topos is a cartesian closed category with finite limits and a subobject classifier. A Grothendieck topos is a category equivalent to the category of sheaves on a site. Are ...

I am looking for a book or other reference which develops category theory 'from the ground up' assuming a healthy background in set and model theory, not one in homological algebra or Galois theory ...

Let $\mathrm{Ass} $ denote the operad, whose algebras are associative unital algebras, considered as a dg-operad. Denote $\mathrm{Ch} $ the category of chain complexes over a commutative ring $\...

In The prospects of unlimited category theory: doing what remains to be done, 2014 (The Review of Symbolic Logic, 8 (2015) pp 306-327, link), Ernst discusses Feferman's program, described in ...

Let $F : G\to PA$ be a functor ($G$ a small category, $PA = [A°,Set]$ the presheaf category of $A$). Let $N_F$ be the functor $PA\to PG$ defined by left Kan-extending the Yoneda embedding $y_G : G\to ...

One aspect of topos theory is that it provides an enlarged view of the classical concept of space. Indeed, one may thought that the notion of topos is a sort of categorification of the notion of space....

If $C$ is a monoidal category, we can define the category $Mon(C)$ of monoids in $C$; call $U_C : Mon(C) \to C$ the forgetful functor. I'm interested in functors between categories of monoids: ...

The title really is the question, but allow me to explain. I am a pure mathematician working outside of probability theory, but the concepts and techniques of probability theory (in the sense of ...

If I define an additive functor to be a functor on abelian categories such that the action of $F$ on ${\rm Hom}(A,B)$ is a group homomorphism, do I necessarily have that $F(\text{zero object}) = \text{...

Consider a functor between small categories $i:\mathcal{A}\to \mathcal{B}$ which is faithful, not full, and bijective on objects. Consider a functor $F:\mathcal{A}\to \mathcal{M}$ where $\mathcal{M}$ ...

I have a sequence $W_0\supset W_1\supset \ldots$ of classes of morphisms in a presentable $(\infty,1)$-category $\mathcal{M}$. I can present this $(\infty,1)$-category as a model category, but I'm ...

Consider a functor $F:\mathcal{A}\to \mathcal{B}$ between two small categories. Let $\mathcal{K}$ be a locally presentable category. Consider a functor $G:\mathcal{A}\to \mathcal{K}$, there is a ...

I'm curious if it is possible to formulate cup products and prove that they exist in a general way which would subsume a lot of examples: e.g. group cohomology, sheaf cohomology for sheaves on ...

This question is probably too vague for experts, but I really don't know how to avoid it. I've read in several places that under mild conditions, a morphism is an effective descent morphism iff the ...

This question was already asked on MSE. In CAT the Yoneda embedding $C^{\text{op}} \stackrel{y_C}{\to} \text{hom}(C, \text{Set})$, induces a map $$\text{hom}(\text{hom}(C, \text{Set}), \text{Set}) \...

Spivak has done work showing that database schemas are categories. I am thinking of basic database tables and how the primary key binds all the columns together. If there were only two columns, ...

There are two principal ways to define a monoidal category: The biased definition includes a unit object $I$, a binary tensor product $A\otimes B$, and a ternary associativity isomorphism $(A\otimes ...

A category $\mathcal{C}$ is called well-powered if for any $X \in \mathcal{C}$ the class $\mathrm{Sub}(X)$ of subobjects of $X$ is a set. It is called essentially small, if the class of isomorphism ...

I am reading this paper on Homotopy for functors by Ming-Jung Lee. The author gives a definition (at the beginning of section $3$) as follows : Let $\varphi,\varphi':\Lambda\rightarrow \Gamma$ ...

Let $\mathcal{K}$ be a $2$-category. Keeping in mind the Cat-intuition on $\mathcal{K}$ I say that: Def : A $1$-cell $A \stackrel{f}{\to} B$ is a left split subobject if $f$ is a right adjoint and ...

What on Earth do Russian Matryoshka dolls have in common with large cardinal axioms?! Well, the answer lies in Jónsson algebras! Here is how: As illustrated in the pictures, a Matryoshka set is a ...

This question begins with a sort of mysterious comment at the bottom of this Wikipedia page on injective cogenerators. There, it is said, without citation or proof, that as a result of the Tietze ...

I'm not sure if this is a research level question, but: Let $F:Rep_A \to Rep_B$ be an exact cocomplete functor between representation categories of finite dimensional $k$ algebras, where $k$ has ...

I am trying to understand what exactly is the Morita equivalence of Lie groupoids. I am reading Ieke Moerdijk’s notes Orbifolds as Groupoids. A homomorphism $\phi:H\rightarrow G$ between Lie ...

I'm interested in the existence of several example of left Bousfield localization of model categories that are not left proper (nor simplicial). I'm relatively convince that I can construct all those ...

1) The category of affine varieties over $\mathbb{C}$ is equivalent to the opposite category of finitely generated reduced algebras over $\mathbb{C}$. The equivalence associates to an affine variety ...

My question is : Is there a classifying $\infty$-topos for $\infty$-connected objects ? Does this $\infty$-topos has a nice description (as an $\infty$-category ) ? What I mean by $\infty$-connected ...

In this note by Tom Leinster the Banach space $\mathrm{L}^1[0,1]$ is recovered by "abstract nonsense" as the initial object of a certain category of (decorated) Banach spaces. So a function space, ...

If a closed monoidal category is the monoidal equivalent of a Cartesian closed category, is there an analogous equivalent for locally cartesian closed categories? Is there a standard terminology or ...

Computable functions may be defined in terms of Turing machines or recursive functions, or some other model of computation. We normally say that the choice doesn't matter, because all models of ...

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