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Re: [ontolog-forum] knowledge fusion

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From: "Schiffel, Jeffrey A" <jeffrey.a.schiffel@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2011 09:34:30 -0600
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John,    (01)

Thanks for the two links.    (02)

You are right: Azamat and I are of opposite positions, but are spiraling toward 
each other.    (03)

-- Jeff    (04)

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[mailto:ontolog-forum-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of John F. Sowa    (05)

Azamat and Jeff,    (06)

Both of you agree that categorization is essential.  The difference is that 
Jeff says its fundamental, and Azamat says its higher.    (07)

I would not attempt to distinguish higher and lower mental functions without a 
great deal of psychological and neurological evidence.    (08)

But I would say that classification is so widely used in everything from 
recognition to reasoning that it would be hard to find anything more primitive.    (09)

Following is an article that I wrote about categorization from the point of 
view of logic, philosophy, and AI:    (010)

    http://www.jfsowa.com/pubs/cogcat.htm    (011)

And following are some slides in which I begin with a survey of various 
cognitive functions involved in language:    (012)

   http://www.jfsowa.com/talks/situ.pdf    (013)

John    (014)

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