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Three 2-categories

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The objects of these categories are, respectively, small abelian categories, locally coherent Grothendieck categories and definable additive categories. I describe the equivalences between these, presenting a picture in the additive world, at least parts of which will be familiar from the non-additive context, which links together algebra, model theory and functor category theory.

This talk is part of the Category Theory Seminar series.

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