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Is there an axiomatic intersection theory?

What I expect is something like: An intersection theory is a functor from the category of schemes(or other spaces) to the category of algebras, with well-defined flat pullback and proper pushforward, and (maybe) projection formula or some other axioms.

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You might be interested in the bivariant theories of Fulton and MacPherson.

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