Ah, I see, I had misinterpreted the meaning of that sentence; I will add the example back.

]]>varkor, while one may not need (co)completeness assumptions on $V$ *define* weighted (co)limits, one will need such assumptions to *construct* them in crucial examples, for example enriched ends used to construct functor categories as enriched categories.

I have touched the wording and added formatting and references

]]>Give some more examples for bases of enrichment, and replaced weighted limits and weighted colimits with presheaf categories and Eilenberg-Moore categories, since one needs no assumptions on a monoidal $V$ to defined weighted (co)limits.

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