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Re: The Existence, Presence, Fictitiousness of a Thing as a Property?

From: Ian Reid <curiousian@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2022 10:53:53 -0700
Message-ID: <Mailbird-e7c01955-a2e8-48e2-ab91-330a3ae02db7@gmail.com>
To: "Hans Polak" <info@polak.es>, "" <public-schemaorg@w3.org>
Hi,

Person Schema. Among many other properties, you do have DeathDate and DeathPlace that would indicate if the person still lives: https://schema.org/Person.
And then, as mentioned by Hans, you have the "Character" Schema that will designate fictitious characters, and provide another slew of properties.
Hope that brings some water to the mill.

Cheers,
Ian

Ian
curiousian@gmail.com
On 06/20/2022 9:05:33 AM, Hans Polak <info@polak.es> wrote:
Good afternoon,

I'm not an expert, but https://schema.org/character [https://schema.org/character] is for fictional characters.
Then, there's also https://schema.org/Intangible [https://schema.org/Intangible], and https://schema.org/object [https://schema.org/object].
The https://schema.org/Class [https://schema.org/Class] type also exists.


Yours sincerely,
Hans Polak


On 19/6/22 1:20, jason@massiveimpressions.com [mailto:jason@massiveimpressions.com] wrote:

Hello Everyone,
The schema for Person is described to be applicable to:
“A person (alive, dead, undead, or fictional).”
But… what Property of Person, or any other Thing for that matter, indicates whether the Thing actually exists, is instanced in reality, has real presence as opposed to being only entirely imaginary or fictional?
Shouldn’t this be explicit, not implied by other Properties or some other Type or Sub-type?
-JP
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