Author | Mac Lane, Saunders. author |
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Title | Sheaves in Geometry and Logic [electronic resource] : A First Introduction to Topos Theory / by Saunders Mac Lane, Ieke Moerdijk |

Imprint | New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 1992 |

Connect to | http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-0927-0 |

Descript | XII, 630 p. online resource |

SUMMARY

We dedicate this book to the memory of J. Frank Adams. His clear insights have inspired many mathematicians, including both of us. In January 1989, when the first draft of our book had been completed, we heard the sad news of his untimely death. This has cast a shadow on our subsequent work. Our views of topos theory, as presented here, have been shaped by continued study, by conferences, and by many personal contacts with friends and colleagues-including especially O. Bruno, P. Freyd, J.M.E. Hyland, P.T. Johnstone, A. Joyal, A. Kock, F.W. Lawvere, G.E. Reyes, R Solovay, R Swan, RW. Thomason, M. Tierney, and G.C. Wraith. Our presentation combines ideas and results from these people and from many others, but we have not endeavored to specify the various original sources. Moreover, a number of people have assisted in our work by proยญ viding helpful comments on portions of the manuscript. In this respect, we extend our hearty thanks in particular to P. Corazza, K. Edwards, J. Greenlees, G. Janelidze, G. Lewis, and S. Schanuel

CONTENT

Prologue -- Categorial Preliminaries -- I. Categories of Functors -- 1. The Categories at Issue -- 2. Pullbacks -- 3. Characteristic Functions of Subobjects -- 4. Typical Subobject Classifiers -- 5. Colimits -- 6. Exponentials -- 7. Propositional Calculus -- 8. Heyting Algebras -- 9. Quantifiers as Adjoints -- Exercises -- II. Sheaves of Sets -- 1. Sheaves -- 2. Sieves and Sheaves -- 3. Sheaves and Manifolds -- 4. Bundles -- 5. Sheaves and Cross-Sections -- 6. Sheaves as ร{137}tale Spaces -- 7. Sheaves with Algebraic Structure -- 8. Sheaves are Typical -- 9. Inverse Image Sheaf -- Exercises -- III. Grothendieck Topologies and Sheaves -- 1. Generalized Neighborhoods -- 2. Grothendieck Topologies -- 3. The Zariski Site -- 4. Sheaves on a Site -- 5. The Associated Sheaf Functor -- 6. First Properties of the Category of Sheaves -- 7. Subobject Classifiers for Sites -- 8. Subsheaves -- 9. Continuous Group Actions -- Exercises -- IV. First Properties of Elementary Topoi -- 1. Definition of a Topos -- 2. The Construction of Exponentials -- 3. Direct Image -- 4. Monads and Beckโ{128}{153}s Theorem -- 5. The Construction of Colimits -- 6. Factorization and Images -- 7. The Slice Category as a Topos -- 8. Lattice and Heyting Algebra Objects in a Topos -- 9. The Beck-Chevalley Condition -- 10. Injective Objects -- Exercises -- V. Basic Constructions of Topoi -- 1. Lawvere-Tierney Topologies -- 2. Sheaves -- 3. The Associated Sheaf Functor -- 4. Lawvere-Tierney Subsumes Grothendieck -- 5. Internal Versus External -- 6. Group Actions -- 7. Category Actions -- 8. The Topos of Coalgebras -- 9. The Filter-Quotient Construction -- Exercises -- VI. Topoi and Logic -- 1. The Topos of Sets -- 2. The Cohen Topos -- 3. The Preservation of Cardinal Inequalities -- 4. The Axiom of Choice -- 5. The Mitchell-Bรฉnabou Language -- 6. Kripke-Joyal Semantics -- 7. Sheaf Semantics -- 8. Real Numbers in a Topos -- 9. Brouwerโ{128}{153}s Theorem: All Functions are Continuous -- 10. Topos-Theoretic and Set-Theoretic Foundations -- Exercises -- VII. Geometric Morphisms -- 1. Geometric Morphisms and Basic Examples -- 2. Tensor Products -- 3. Group Actions -- 4. Embeddings and Surjections -- 5. Points -- 6. Filtering Functors -- 7. Morphisms into Grothendieck Topoi -- 8. Filtering Functors into a Topos -- 9. Geometric Morphisms as Filtering Functors -- 10. Morphisms Between Sites -- Exercises -- VIII. Classifying Topoi -- 1. Classifying Spaces in Topology -- 2. Torsors -- 3. Classifying Topoi -- 4. The Object Classifier -- 5. The Classifying Topos for Rings -- 6. The Zariski Topos Classifies Local Rings -- 7. Simplicial Sets -- 8. Simplicial Sets Classify Linear Orders -- Exercises -- IX. Localic Topoi -- 1. Locales -- 2. Points and Sober Spaces -- 3. Spaces from Locales -- 4. Embeddings and Surjections of Locales -- 5. Localic Topoi -- 6. Open Geometric Morphisms -- 7. Open Maps of Locales -- 8. Open Maps and Sites -- 9. The Diaconescu Cover and Barrโ{128}{153}s Theorem -- 10. The Stone Space of a Complete Boolean Algebra -- 11. Deligneโ{128}{153}s Theorem -- Exercises -- X. Geometric Logic and Classifying Topoi -- 1. First-Order Theories -- 2. Models in Topoi -- 3. Geometric Theories -- 4. Categories of Definable Objects -- 5. Syntactic Sites -- 6. The Classifying Topos of a Geometric Theory -- 7. Universal Models -- Exercises -- Appendix: Sites for Topoi -- Epilogue -- Index of Notation

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