Otology + 00 Taxonomy – Crafting Chaordic Organizations in an Ontonomic World

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Ontology & Taxonomy: Crafting Chaordic Organizations In An Ontonomic World

Thursday 12J

Convener: Nicholas Racz

Notes-taker(s): Nicholas Racz

Tags for the session - technology discussed/ideas considered:

Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:

1. Notes received from Nicholas Racz:

I discussed what Ontologies and Taxonomies define, and how taxonomic definitions serve as the foundation of Ontological derivation. I enumerated on how Ontologies stack, and how higher order Onotologies operate on lower. 

Nathan took the baton of explaining how Ontological development in context of Sovrin. We had an active discussion on how Ontologies are socially decided on.

TL;wasn't there: Ontologies by nature are fuzzy, and need to be built from taxonomic foundation blocks toward a teleos.

Linked is the PPT file.


(We stumbled upon a Ontologic framework that by accident works one to one to Sovrin's inherent ontology.)