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12, Appendix A, we obtain (−f˜λ (λ, v), −f˜v (λ, v)) ∈ NR\{0} (λ) × NS (v). Here, f˜v denotes the differential of f˜ with respect to v in the whole space X , while f˜λ is the derivative of f˜ with respect to the variable λ. 8 Historical comments 39 Note that NR\{0} (λ) = {0}, thus f˜λ (λ, v) = 0. 43) Moreover, since TS (v) is a linear space, the condition −f˜v (λ, v) ∈ NS (v) reduces to the fact that f˜v (λ, v), w = 0 for all w ∈ TS (v). C of [230]), there are κ, µ ∈ R such κ f˜v (λ, v) = µ · (v).

We first observe that, for all u ∈ H01 ( ), Em (u)→E(u) as m→∞. Thus, for each ε > 0, there exists an integer m(ε) such that Em(ε) (uε ) < E(0). Let vε ∈ H01 ( ) be such that Em(ε) (vε ) = min Eε (u) . u∈Bε Therefore Em(ε) (vε ) ≤ Em(ε) (uε ) < E(0) . 5 H 1 versus C 1 local minimizers 31 We claim that vε ∈ C01 ( ) and that vε →0 in C 1 ( ). Then, if ε > 0 is sufficiently small, we have E(vε ) = Em(ε) (vε ) < E(0) , which contradicts our assumption that 0 is a local minimizer of E in the C 1 topology.

Thus, we assume that cat M (Kc ) ≤ m − 1. Since M is an absolute neighborhood retract (ANR) , there exists a neighborhood O of Kc such that cat M (O) = catM (Kc ) ≤ m−1. 10 inAppendix D, there exists a continuous map η : X ×[0, 1] → X and ε > 0 such that η( f c+ε \ O, 1) ⊂ f c−ε and η(u, 0) = u for all u ∈ X . 3 Minimax principles 17 A1 ∈ h+m−1 such that maxu∈A1 f (u) ≤ c + ε. Considering the set A2 = A1 \ O, we obtain cat M (A2 ) ≥ catM (A1 ) − catM (O) ≥ h + m − 1 − (m − 1) = h. Therefore, A2 ∈ h.