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Knowledge representation has a long tradition in logic and philosophy. Automated reasoning with ontologies and categories had been discussed in philosophy, before it was formalized in artificial intelligence and e.g. applied in information systems. But, most of our knowledge is implicit and unconscious, situated and personalized. It is not formally(More)
Modern philosophy of mind cannot be understood without recent developments in computer science, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, neuroscience, biology, linguistics, and psychology. Classical philosophy of formal languages as well as symbolic AI assume that all kinds of knowledge must explicitly be represented by formal or programming languages. This(More)
In this paper we present NLOMJ—a natural language object model in Java with English as the experiment language. This model describes the grammar elements of any permissible expression in a natural language and their complicated relations with each other with the concept " Object " in OOP (Object Oriented Programming). Directly mapped to the syntax and(More)
A transplanted mammary fibroadenoma was found to grow in 95 per cent of intact adult female rats and the increment of tumor weights was progressive and logarithmic. The growth of the tumor was retarded by ovariectomy and still more when this was combined with adrenalectomy. In ovariectomized rats the growth of the tumor was stimulated by phenolic estrogens,(More)
Historically, static symmetric bodies and ornaments are geometric idealizations in the Platonic tradition. Actually, symmetries are locally and globally broken by phase transitions of instability in dynamical systems generating a variety of new order and partial symmetries with increasing complexity. The states of complex dynamical systems can refer to, for(More)