Apparently, I have not been using this notation often enough:
The mKE program puts mKR propositions into the mKB knowledge base.
m and I are two units in mKB.
me is I;
means that me is an alias of I. i.e., they are the same unit.
me is viewed as the person inside the mind.
I is viewed as the person in the outside world.
But they are the same person. Dick McCullough
Context Knowledge Systems
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2014 08:32:57 -0700
Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum] physical context and mental context
Think it through.
Generally, metaphysics refers to that which is beyond physics and matters of existence (asks "what exists") are ontology. You have not actually stated an epistemology (in my terms "what the world is and how we may speak of it"). These terminological errors we can tolerate if provided with clear enough definitions.
However, the obvious contradiction is in your syntax between the separated physical and mental, me and I.
As I tried to allude to earlier, ask yourself what difference these syntactic constructions make - what can you do with them? I suspect nothing. Though, no doubt, you are self-satisfied when you look at them.