Morita Equivalence

Review of Symbolic Logic 9 (3):556-582 (2016)

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Hans Halvorson
Princeton University
Thomas William Barrett
University of California at Santa Barbara
Abstract
Logicians and philosophers of science have proposed various formal criteria for theoretical equivalence. In this paper, we examine two such proposals: definitional equivalence and categorical equivalence. In order to show precisely how these two well-known criteria are related to one another, we investigate an intermediate criterion called Morita equivalence.
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