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- 1-COMMONSENSE ONTOLOGY AND SEMANTICS OF NATURAL LANGUAGE

@inproceedings{Dlling20051O,
  title={- 1-COMMONSENSE ONTOLOGY AND SEMANTICS OF NATURAL LANGUAGE},
  author={Johannes D{\"o}lling},
  year={2005}
}
This paper is concerned with the problem of what ontological knowledge underlies the semantic structures of natural language. It discusses some proposals made by workers in philosophy, linguistics, cognitive science and artificial intelligence in the last few years. Section 1 sketches the basic view in regard to the relationship between ontology and semantics. Section 2 points out the importance to analyse the commonsense view of the world. Section 3 outlines semantic investigations which take… 

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