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Hello, I am Sean, a first-year graduate student in mathematics. I am slowly gravitating (heh) toward the field (heh) of mathematical physics. Category theory is something I've wanted to learn since I was in high school, but no course ever really got around to it (except to say `ooh, what you've just seen is an example of a contravariant functor'). Now that I'm studying mathematical physics more and more, category theory is pulling me in even stronger. I was excited to see the Spivak/Fong book released, and now I'm double excited because of this course. I hope to learn a lot and to find many discussions relating these lessons back to mathematical physics.

Note: I may be sparse for a couple of weeks while I wrap up a paper, but after that this will definitely be my number one activity.

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