- Category theory
- Category (mathematics)
- Abelian category
- Category of abelian groups
- Category of small categories
- Category of sets
- Category (topology) in the context of Baire spaces
- Lyusternik–Schnirelmann category, sometimes called LS-category or simply category
- Monoidal category
- Preadditive category
- Abelian category
- Equivalence of categories
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