Towards a Formal Ontology of Information Selected Ideas of Krzysztof Turek

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Zagadnienia Filozofoczne w Nauce, ISSN: 0867-8286, Issue: LXI, Page: 23-53

Publication Year:
2016
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http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/13080
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Krzanowski, Roman
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Compernicus Center Press Sp. zoo
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There are many ontologies of the world or of specific phenomena such as time, matter, space, and quantum mechanics1. However, ontologies of information are rather rare. One of the reasons behind this is that information is most frequently associated with communication and computing, and not with ‘the furniture of the world’. But what would be the nature of an ontology of information? For it to be of significant import it should be amenable to formalization in a logico-grammatical formalism. A candidate ontology satisfying such a requirement can be found in some of the ideas of K. Turek, presented in this paper. Turek outlines the ontology of information conceived of as a part of nature, and provides the ‘missing link’ to the Z axiomatic set theory, offering a proposal for developing a formal ontology of information both in its philosophical and logico-grammatical representations

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