Abstract Tim Porter

Infinity groupoids reflect some aspects of some (topological) spaces.

 Obvious questions to look at:

 * What types of ‘spaces’?

 * What types of ∞-groupoid?

 and, for that matter,

 *  what is an ∞-groupoid?

* What aspects of a ‘space’ are mirrored by an ∞-groupoid? and what

 should, or might, be our intuition of ∞-groupoids?

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