"An exceptionally clearly written and wide-ranging introduction to category and topos theory. . . . packed with things interesting to the expert, yet presented in a manner intelligible to the beginner. . . . contains a wealth of thought-provoking exercises." --Journal of Symbolic Logic"Provides a first introduction to the theory of categories and functors, and to topos theory. McLarty manages to cover a considerable range of topics in a clear and elegant fashion, thus giving these readers a good first impression of what the subject is about. McLarty's perspicuous treatment provides a good first introduction." --Mathematical ReviewsRezension:
It has the virtue of bringing together a great deal of basic material which is otherwise scattered about in research texts and articles. ( Studia Logica)
A comprehensive introduction to elementary category theory and elementary topos theory . . . The book is well written . . . Ideal as an introduction for a researcher who wants to understand some of the more advanced material on the connection between category theory and logic. ( Computing Review, February 1997)
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