- #1

- 66

- 0

I'm a huge fan of algebra/category theory, but I feel like some of the problems can be a bit uninspired. I've seen a little bit of algebraic geometry, but sometimes the focus on the geometry turns me off (especially when it gets around to some complex algebraic geometry). Likewise with algebraic topology, although I only know a little bit about the basics of the fundamental group, covering spaces, etc.

So I guess I'm wondering: is there anything out there that is very algebraic in nature, but that maybe has a view towards problems that lie outside just algebra? Maybe I should look into algebraic geometry/topology again?

Thanks.