On 12/11/13 8:39 AM, Matthew West
I think you are missing the point I am trying to make.
Words typically have multiple meanings, indeed just one meaning is rather
I've been pondering the above, and having just digested the exchange
between Ed. Barkmeyer and John Sowa , I realized that its
highly probable that you meant:
"A term is (*in addition to being a word*) a point of reference,
whereas a word is only a constituent of language. Hence, all terms
are words, but only some words can be terms. A term *refers to*
something, either *abstract* or *concrete*."  .
The definition of "term" quoted above also maps nicely to the
duality inherent in HTTP URIs -- when used a the mechanism for
denoting anything, rather than Web documents solely.
I've tweaked my recent posts  accordingly.
Ed's reply to John
most recent comment to which Ed replied
 https://plus.google.com/+KingsleyIdehen/posts/3LP8ALd8bQR -- G+
post about making Documents,
Sentences, Words, and Terms webby
 https://plus.google.com/+KingsleyIdehen/posts/jkJGY5hRKgb --
initial Linked Data meme related post that triggered this thread.
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