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[ontolog-forum] Concepts, classes, universals

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From: Marcelino Sente <zaratruta@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2012 04:59:01 -0300
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I wonder what is the differences among concepts, classes and universals.

The ontology, in computer science is about concepts, classes, universals, some of them, all of them,...?

"Person that likes icecream" (for instance) is a genuine concept/class/universal in computational ontologies? It is a specialization of "Person"?

Best regards.

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