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[ontolog-forum] language vs logic ambiguity and starting with defiinitio

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From: FERENC KOVACS <f.kovacs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 15:48:01 +0000 (GMT)
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the definition of Objects the way Ferenc has defined looks good, however it is limited to things that have physical form and attributes. 
That has not been the whole story. Concepts are also objects - man made artfefacts, The usual way to see concepts is intensionality and extensionality, which is a good approximation, but could be taken further.
If you are interested in that, give me you email adress, because I do not want to bore the rets of us with repetitions, hesitation or diversion :-)
Ontology and Semantic Analysis may have to address other things that may not have visible physical form but exists and have indirect form of attributes and / or  behavior.  Or we may be addressing the change of behavior.   For example, particular form of illness which is not an object by itself but functioning of certain physical or behavioral attributes and change in condition of existing physical behavior..   Semantic Analysis has to capture such things.
I agree, but I am, not r an engineer.

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