I think we’re all ontologists creating our own vocabularies that TENDS to resemble ontologies of others BUT when there’s communication difficulties it hightlights that how much the theories we each use to form the categories that make up our concepts that go into our ontologies can differ from each other’s, while looking outwardly similar.

I think we’re all ontologists creating our own vocabularies that TENDS to resemble ontologies of others BUT when there’s communication difficulties it hightlights that how much the theories we each use to form the categories that make up our concepts that go into our ontologies can differ from each other’s, while looking outwardly similar.

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