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Definition of Ontologically

Ontologically
Ontologically On`*to*log"ic*al*ly, adv. In an ontological manner.

Meaning of Ontologically from wikipedia

- existence. An entity ontologically depends on another entity if the first entity cannot exist without the second entity. Ontologically independent entities...
- perdurantism and endurantism) may be ontologically more primary than processes. Every field uses ontological ****umptions to frame explicit theories...
- The Gene Ontology (GO) is a major bioinformatics initiative to unify the representation of gene and gene product attributes across all species. More specifically...
- computer science and artificial intelligence, ontology languages are formal languages used to construct ontologies. They allow the encoding of knowledge about...
- An ontological argument is a philosophical argument, made from an ontological basis, that is advanced in support of the existence of God. Such arguments...
- Guerilla ontology is a practice described by author Robert Anton Wilson in his 1980 book The Illuminati Papers as "the basic technique of all my books...
- Ontology learning (ontology extraction, ontology generation, or ontology acquisition) is the automatic or semi-automatic creation of ontologies, including...
- Much work in applied ontology is carried out within the framework of the Semantic Web. The challenge of applying ontology is ontology's emphasis on a world...
- context. In philosophy, a "theory is ontologically committed to an object only if that object occurs in all the ontologies of that theory." The sentence “Napoleon...
- Nyāya), which also posit a soul; for the soul, under their view, is ontologically distinct from the mind. Idealism postulates that material objects do...