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am starting to work on derived smooth manifold, so far just a little bit on the motivation (correction of limits of manifolds)
I am a bit hesitant to add a lot of details from David Spivak’s article, since it seems evident that there is some room to streamline the constructions. I need to think about how to deal with this. One really wants to just specify the site as a geometry (for structured (infinity,1)-toposes) and then just say that a derived manifold is a derived scheme in the sense descrived at generalized scheme on this.
In section 10.1 David Spivak discusses one reason that prevented him from setting things up this way: actually I think this points to the following general issue with the definition of geometry (for structured (infinity,1)-toposes): instead of a Grothendieck topology generated by admissible morphisms the definition ought to just refer to a coverage by admissible morphisms, and instead of the stability under pullback one ought to just consider the coverage-style stability condition.
More later.
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