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### Orthogonality relations and accessibility?

Suppose I have a pair of locally presentable categories connected by an accessible functor. Then the preimage of an accessible subcategory of the codomain is an accessible subcategory of the domain. ...

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### Cartesian product of small objects

Let's say we have a locally $\lambda$-presentable category and a pair of $\lambda$-presentable objects $A$ and $B$. Is it true that $A \times B$ is $\lambda$-presentable?

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### Do cocontinuous SET-valued functors separate points?

Let $C$ be a category. For the purposes of this question, I would like to avoid cases where the answer might be "no" simply because $C$ is "too large", and so I will ask that $C$ has a set of ...

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### Example of a non-closed cocomplete symmetric monoidal category

Background
By a cocomplete symmetric monoidal category $C$ I mean a symmetric monoidal category whose underlying category is cocomplete and such that $- \otimes X : C \to C$ is cocontinuous for all $...

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### isomorphism locus of functors on presentable categories

Let $C,D$ be two presentable categories, $F,G : C \to D$ cocontinuous functors and $\eta :F \to G$ be a morphism of functors. Is it always true that the full subcategory
$\{x \in C : F(x) \...

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### On the category of $D$-modules

Let $X$ be a smooth variety over an algebraically closed field $k$ of char. $0$.
1) Is the abelian category $M(X)$ of $D$-modules on $X$, which are quasi-coherent as $O$-modules, a Grothendieck ...

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### Are finitely presented modules finitely presentable? [closed]

Over a ring $R$ we have a notion of finitely presented module, namely:
Definition 1 A module $F$ is finitely presented if there are $m$, $n$ positive integers such that $R^m\to R^n\to F\to 0$ is ...