Didn't we just all go through a grueling 4-month exercise wherein it was explicitly decided that nobody was going to try to decide what the term "ontology" meant. Is there reason to believe this exercise, insofar as it departs from including terms from such well-charted territory as logic, will be any more successful?
I think starting a glossary of ontology terminology is an excellent idea. I think, though, that there should be an editorial and peer review process in place to manage the quality of content and to facilitate resolution of variations. And, that these processes should reflect the views and experiences of the larger community.
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I am looking for a credible glossary of ontological terms, and I dont find anything easily accessible, comprehensive and uptodate that I can trust