basic constructions:
strong axioms
further
First-order set theory is structural set theory with a notion of families of sets, which are functors $F:I \rightarrow Set$ from an index set $I$ to Set, the groupoid of sets. This is similar to first-order logic which has a notion of family of propositions or predicates. This is in contrast to zeroth-order set theory, which do not have a concept of family of sets defined, and in higher-order set theory, which have families of families in addition to families of sets.
The syntactic category of a first-order set theory should be a (2,1)-category with additional structure, although at this moment it is unclear exactly what (2,1)-category it would be.
first-order set theory
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