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Re: Can there be a URI for the concepts "I", "you", "this", "it", "here", "there", "now", etc.?

From: Henry Story <henry.story@bblfish.net>
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006 15:16:47 +0100
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To: John Black <JohnBlack@kashori.com>

I wrote about contexts here:

http://blogs.sun.com/bblfish/entry/it_s_all_about_context

Of course it is better to try to minimize contexts as much as  
possible as that makes it easier to merge data.

Henry


On 18 Dec 2006, at 06:25, John Black wrote:

> Are the following URI allowable according to web and semantic
> web standards? Are they ambiguous? Are they useful? In each case,
> the referent would depend on the context of the use[1] of the URI.
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#I
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#you
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#this
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#it
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#here
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#there
> http://kashori.com/ontology/indexicals.owl#now
>
> Therefore they would only be of use if they could be embedded in a
> structure that specified a context. I would like to find (or  
> define) an
> ontology that specified this type structure.
>
> [1] http://www.indiana.edu/~hlw/Meaning/deixis.html
>
> cheers,
> John Black
> www.kashori.com
>
>
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