|From:||"Gary Berg-Cross" <gary.berg-cross@xxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 2 May 2007 22:30:11 -0400|
In discussing the foundation ontology to serve as the conceptual defining vocabulary, you proposed that it
"will in fact have the common starting points that allows one to show out
how even relatively fundamental concept representations differ from each other."
In an earlier message you also said,
"The feasibility is strongly suggested by the fact that such a principle
Can you summarize what your starting points for this work on the
"base 2000-word defining vocabulary: is at this point? Sounds like we
could then have a go at whether these might satisfy wether they can
"show out how even relatively fundamental concept representations differ from each other."
From: ontolog-forum-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Cassidy, Patrick J.
Sent: Wed 5/2/2007 3:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum] A "common basis"
A comment on just one point from John:
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