An Assessment of Contemporary Polish Ontology
Bartłomiej Skowron , T. Bigaj , A. Chrudzimski , M. Głowala , Zbigniew Król , Marek Kuś , R. Urbaniak , Józef Lubacz
AbstractIn this article we undertake a diagnosis of the state of ontology as it is currently practiced in Poland. We point to the strengths of Polish ontology and the aspects that should be improved in order for Polish ontology to flourish further.We cover different styles of thinking in Polish ontology, as well as different methodologies. We address threads influencing Polish ontology, both substantive, as well as those of an organizational, cultural and institutional nature. Apart from the ontologists, this paper also includes the opinions of scholars from the hard sciences, which allows us to shed light on Polish ontology from outside the philosophical community. The article presents concrete steps that could improve and strengthen Polish ontology in the future.We also present here thirty examples of important contributions to ontology by Polish ontologists.
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|Book||Skowron Bartłomiej (eds.): Contemporary Polish Ontology, 2019, Walter de Gruyter (Sciendo), ISBN 978-3-11-066941-1, 300 p., DOI:10.1515/9783110669411|
|Score||= 20.0, 16-12-2019, MonographChapterAuthor|
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