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Re: existential/conjunctive semantics (fwd)

From: Dan Brickley <danbri@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 21:45:17 -0400 (EDT)
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cc: pat hayes <phayes@ai.uwf.edu>
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Sent to www-archive for archival and reference.

Dan

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Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 15:00:55 -0500
From: pat hayes <phayes@ai.uwf.edu>
To: Dan Brickley <danbri@w3.org>
Subject: Re: existential/conjunctive semantics (fwd)

>thanks!
>Can I (or you) send this to an archived mailing list (www-archive to do it
>obscurely; rdf-logic at risk of sparking a weeklong thread) so we can
>link it from the RDF pages somewhere?

Sure [...]

Pat


>dan
>
>On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, pat hayes wrote:
>
> > As promised, some of the contributions to the SUO list concerning the
> > issue of multiple incompatible ontological perspectives. Most of
> > these are by me, of course, but if you follow the threads you will
> > get a variety of views.
> >
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02476.html
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02494.html (outlines various approaches
> > to describing change,  and describing spatial relationships)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03241.html (more on that theme)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02734.html (a few other examples)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02708.html
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03320.html
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02726.html (why logics need to do more
> > than natural language)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02729.html (describing physical objects)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg02640.html (comment by John Sowa on
> > 'conceptual communities')
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03338.html (a brief essay on a widely
> > used ontology for describing change; follow the thread for some
> > interesting comments)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03850.html (more on the incompatibility
> > between this and a 4-d ontology)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03696.html (Suggestion for reconciling these)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03752.html (part of a debate on what is
> > meant by an 'ordinary object')
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03797.html (Comment by Chris Partridge
> > on the need to allow many perspectives)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03846.html
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03857.html (Parts of a discussion with
> > Sowa and others on rival ontologies for physical objects)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg04690.html (Part of a debate on some
> > ontological details, gives a flavor of the kind of issues that crop
> > up)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg04699.html (Essay on problems of
> > formalizing granularity)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg04014.html (Some comments on CYC)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03842.html (part of a thread in which
> > Ian Niles and myself debate the issue of a universal ontological
> > perspective)
> > http://suo.ieee.org/email/msg03801.html (part of a heated debate in
> > which I trash the SUO effort and its current methodology.)
> >
> > Pat
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