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Classical Realizability

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One of the more exciting developments in Realizability the last two decades, is J.-L. Krivine’s set of realizability interpretations for classical theories (in particular, set theory). In the talk we shall try to understand these developments in terms more familiar from categorical logic; this is based on work by Alexandre Miquel, Thomas Streicher and my student Wouiter Stekelenburg.

This talk is part of the Category Theory Seminar series.

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