category theory

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limit/colimit

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Kan extension

Yoneda lemma

Isbell duality

Grothendieck construction

adjoint functor theorem

monadicity theorem

adjoint lifting theorem

Tannaka duality

Gabriel-Ulmer duality

small object argument

Freyd-Mitchell embedding theorem

relation between type theory and category theory

sheaf and topos theory

enriched category theory

higher category theory

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A subcategory $i : C \hookrightarrow D$ is called final (sometimes cofinal) if the injection functor $i$ is a final functor.

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