Every Filter has Limit Point implies Every Ultrafilter Converges

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Let $T = \struct {S, \tau}$ be a topological space.

Let each filter on $S$ have a limit point in $S$.

Then each ultrafilter on $S$ converges to a point in $S$.


Let $T = \struct {S, \tau}$ be such that each filter on $S$ has a limit point in $S$.

Let $\FF$ be an ultrafilter on $S$.

By hypothesis, $\FF$ has a limit point $x \in S$.

By Limit Point iff Superfilter Converges, there exists a filter $\FF'$ on $S$ which converges to $x$ satisfying $\FF \subseteq \FF'$.

By Definition of Ultrafilter on Set:

$\FF$ is an ultrafilter if and only if whenever $\GG$ is a filter on $S$ and $\FF \subseteq \GG$ holds, then $\FF = \GG$


$\FF = \FF'$.

Thus $\FF$ converges to $x$.

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