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3 in [9]). This is how (the algebraic representation of) intuitionistic logic manifests itself in a topos. Another, closely related fact is that the subobjects of any object A in a topos form a Heyting algebra. 2. Topos theory and physics A large part of the work on topos theory in physics consists in showing how states, physical quantities and propositions about physical quantities can be represented within a suitable topos attached to the system [5, 6, 7, 8]. The choice of topos will depend on the theory type (classical, quantum or, in future developments, even something completely new).

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This point of view is expounded in detail in Bell’s book [1], which is our standard reference on these matters. Other excellent sources are [24] and part D of [21]. The basic concept consists in defining a formal language and then finding a representation of it in a suitable topos. As usual in mathematical logic, the formal language encodes the syntactic aspects of the theory and the representation provides the semantics. Topoi are a natural ‘home’ for the representation of formal languages encoding intuitionistic logic, more precisely, intuitionistic, higher-order, typed predicate logic with equality.

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