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- Shay Ben-Moshe,
*Uniqueness and $(\infty,2)$-Naturality of Yoneda*[arXiv:2405.08799]

Pointer to recent article:

- Nikolai Kudasov, Emily Riehl, Jonathan Weinberger.
*Formalizing the $\infty$-categorical Yoneda lemma*. (2023). (arXiv:2309.08340).

I have made more explicit in the text pointer to

for the $\infty$-Yoneda lemma over possibly large $\infty$-categories

for the $\infty$-Yoneda embedding over possibly large $\infty$-categories.

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- Kerodon,
*The Yoneda Embedding*$[$kerodon:03JA$]$

This does seem to be formulated in the generality of large (but locally small, of course) $\infty$-categories.

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- Emily Riehl, Dominic Verity, Def. 6.2.3 and Thm. 7.2.22 in:
*The comprehension construction*, Higher Sttructures**2**1 (2018) (arXiv:1706.10023, hs:39)

but that also speaks about Yoneda for small $\infty$-categories…

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Where the fully faithfulness is stated first (here) the entry does speak as if large $\infty$-categories are being considered, and I guess it should indeed hold in this generality, but the reference offered, namely HTT Prop. 5.1.3.1, speaks of small $\infty$-categories (namely simplicial sets, regarded as stand-ins for small quasi-categories).

Further down under “Naturalness” (here) large $\infty$-categories are mentioned more explicitly, and that’s now also what the reference considers (HTT, Prop. 5.3.6.10), but neither talks about fully-faithfulness at this point.

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]]>For completeness I have added pointer to

- Emily Riehl, Dominic Verity, Section 6 of:
*Fibrations and Yoneda’s lemma in an $\infty$-cosmos*, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra Volume 221, Issue 3, March 2017, Pages 499-564 (arXiv:1506.05500, doi:10.1016/j.jpaa.2016.07.003)

though there should really be some accompanying discussion of how this form of the statement is related to the usual one in terms of presheaves.

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