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Did Nöbeling discover toposes?

I guess my first encounter with it was through The Rising Sea: Grothendieck on simplicity and generality I by Colin McLarty which contains: “From Emmy Noether’s viewpoint, then, it was natural to look at prime ideals instead of classical and generic points as we would more likely say today, to identify points with prime ideals.... Continue reading ?
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