# Tagged Questions

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### Bourbaki theory of isomorphism, examples of untransportable formulas

In their book "Theory of sets" Bourbaki suggested a general theory of isomorphism.
(See also http://www.tau.ac.il/~corry/publications/articles/pdf/bourbaki-structures.pdf )
The example of an ...

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### The isomorphism inference rule

Suppose we are writing very detailed proofs, absolutely without any gaps (for example, for checking proofs by computer).
In such formal proofs every step (even a trivial one) must be justified.
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### Bourbaki's epsilon-calculus notation

Bourbaki used a very very strange notation for the epsilon-calculus consisting of $\tau$s and $\blacksquare$. In fact, that box should not be filled in, but for some reason, I can't produce a \Box.
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