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Topic: Model theory, proximity spaces, and closure spaces
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From: Swansea
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Re: Model theory, proximity spaces, and closure spaces
Posted: Oct 13, 2013 10:57 AM
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On 13/10/2013 10:03, fom wrote:
> [...]
> The general foundational claim that one
> often hears is that Boolean algebras are the
> foundational structure in mathematics. The
> sense of this comes from naive set theory.
> A more sophisticated sense of this comes
> from ultrafilters.

I'd like to know more about this, could you explain or provide a citation?

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