Sets, Topoi and Intuitionism

Philosophia Mathematica 6 (2):169-177 (1998)
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This paper aims to give an informal introduction to the ways in which a topos can be viewed as an intuitionistic universe of sets. In particular, it is explained how infinitesimal real numbers and various types of ordinal numbers arise in this context
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