Re: RDF Investigations

On Jun 25, 2013, at 1:36 PM, Gregg Reynolds wrote:

> On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 11:02 PM, Pat Hayes <> wrote:
> ...snip
>> Well, its a formal, artificial, language, and it comes with a semantics as part of its definition. Just like many other logics in many logic textbooks, many programming languages, etc.. So yes, I guess it does "privilege" that semantics, since that semantics is part of it (by definition).
> Hi Pat,
> Out of mercy for the other folks on the list, I think the thing to do
> is address the points you've raise one way or another in blog posts.
> I somehow doubt there's very much interest in watching the two of us
> go back and forth about the meaning of "abstract".  

Quite right. I have no intention of going back and forth with you on this topic any further. 


> Once I get some
> text up with sufficient detail, if it seems appropriate I'll post a
> note and you can have another go at me then.
> Thanks,
> Gregg

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