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Talk at 2nd Set Theory and General Topology Week in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, March 2012
Abstract: Goethe famously said that "Mathematicians are like Frenchmen:
whatever you say to them they translate into their own language and forthwith it is something entirely different." True. Even more true of category theorists. Following this great tradition of appropriating other people's work, I want to tell you how I learned about "cardinalities of the continuum" from Blass and Morgan and da Silva
and how I want to rock their boat, just a little, in the direction of my kind of mathematics.
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