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This is going to be a semester long reading-group starting Decem. 1st of “Algebra: Chapter 0” by Paulo Aluffi, this book is said to be a pedagogical introduction to the theory of Algebraic Structures and uses Category Theory throughout.

Whilst working through Aluffi, we will also be working through Emily Riehl’s “Category Theory in Context” to truly get a grasp of Category Theory through various examples from different fields of math.


The motivation for these might be difficult, but it is for people who are interested in Algebraic Topology/Geometry or Algebra in general and wish to get a good start on this content.


**Prerequisites**

Proofs (required).    
Algebra (recommended).  
Topology (recommended).
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I would potentially be interested in this, depending on the meeting schedule (time and frequency).
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I’m definitely interested. Count me in.
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does it work for computer science?
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Sounds great, I’m in
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I like it. How will it work?
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ooh should be good fun over the winter break
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Count me in.
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I'm down for this.
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Any room for a non-student branching out to a different branch of mathematics?
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Interested
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