Working with multiple languages, perspectives, and ontologies

Figure 4. Conrad corollary

Languages reflect different ontology-perspectives of the world

The Conrad corollary to Sowa's hexagon sees the world awash in languages that reflect different ontological perspectives, concepts, and logic systems. These are reflected in terminology and usage. Some are naturally-occurring. Some are engineered. Some are dysfunctional. Modern communication systems allow them to compete, globally, for attention and influence.

attempted to integrate and synthesize multiple ontologies and associated languages:


Remember, style is something that things fall out of, and relational database tables are OK for data, but didn't and don't work for organizing documents.

 --Test Subject