There exist lots of concepts around topology: open sets, neighborhoods, transitions to their open kernels, proximity, nearness, betweenness, apartness, different concepts of contact and so on. Although, they are all heavily interrelated, this is often hard to recognize, because they are discussed in quite different settings resp. terminology. We are going to identify the core concepts of those ideas and to show how they may be mutually deduced from one another.
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