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Re: [ontolog-forum] Two ontologies that are inconsistent but bothneeded

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From: Waclaw Kusnierczyk <Waclaw.Marcin.Kusnierczyk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2007 21:49:19 +0200
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Chris Partridge wrote:
>> Having worked long and hard with biologists it
>> has become clear to me that the
>> continuant/occurrent distinction is the most well
>> entrenched of all the joints in nature (the
>> distinction between anatomy and physiology, for
>> example, is very old, and has not been threatened
>> one iota by recent developments in, e.g. cellular anatomy.)
> I would agree with you if you said that these were two ways of looking at
> things. What seems to me to be going too far is to assert that there are
> separate categories.    (01)

Another well entrenched distinction people use is the one between 
friends and fiends.  Are there two separate, ontological (ontic?  please 
fix my use of the terminology) categories of people -- friends and fiends?    (02)

vQ    (03)

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