R. Rother

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The general theory of Jónsson-classes is generalized to strongly smooth qua-siconstructs in such a way that it also allows the construction of universal categories. One example of the theory is the existence of a concrete universal category over every base category. Properties are given which are (under certain conditions) equivalent to the existence of(More)
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