Differential Logic • Comment 3

Re: Laws Of Form DiscussionBL

In my previous comment on boundaries in object universes and venn diagrams, and always when I’m being careful about their mathematical senses, the definitions of “topology” and “boundary“ I have in mind can be found in any standard textbook.  Here’s a few links to excerpts from J.L. Kelley, a veritable classic and my own first brush with the subject.

Excerpts from John L. Kelley, General Topology, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, NY, 1955

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