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Interpretations, an Introduction

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In this lecture, I introduce the notion of interpretation. I will provide a number of motivating examples of interpretations.

I will discuss categories of interpretations and show how they can be used to define notions of sameness of theories. I discuss the pros and cons of the various notions of sameness and prove some basic theorems.

This talk is part of the Set Theory Seminar series.

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