Initial and final compared (category theory)
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Definition
Let [ilmath]\mathcal{C} [/ilmath] be a category and let [ilmath]S\in\text{Ob}(\mathcal{C})[/ilmath], then we say [ilmath]S[/ilmath] is:
Initial^{[1]}  Final^{[1]} 

if for each [ilmath]A\in\text{Ob}(\mathcal{C})[/ilmath] there exists a unique morphism: 
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