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Fixed the anchor for the reference. It needs to be
* {#Shulman13} [[Mike Shulman]], *Enriched indexed categories*, [TAC](http://www.tac.mta.ca/tac/volumes/28/21/28-21abs.html) 2013
instead of
* [[Mike Shulman]], *Enriched indexed categories*, [TAC](http://www.tac.mta.ca/tac/volumes/28/21/28-21abs.html) 2013
{#Shulman13}
(anchor at the beginning) otherwise the system gets confused.
added pointer to an online version of the relevant first page of Street 74, which seems to be the (only?) source for the statement that Jean Bénabou made “cosmos” a definition
(all other sources that Google can find cite the nLab for this, if they care to cite anything)
also added the quote:
to J. Benabou the word means “bicomplete symmetric monoidal category”, such categories $\mathcal{V}$ being rich enough so that the theory of categories enriched in $\mathcal{V}$ develops to a large extent just as the theory of ordinary categories.
Re #2, having it at the end works fine for me.
The way this entry is written (or was, I have adjusted wording slightly for more clarity) it’s no good as a quick reference for the simple concrete notion of bicompleted symmetric closed categories. I am giving Bénabou cosmos its stand-alone entry now and am redirecting the redirects to there.
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