Zach Beauvais

Semantic Metaphors

by | Apr 29, 2008 | Semantic Web

Edit: the original blog post on Nodalities blog has been archived/deleted/ignored. I’ve republished it here.

 

I tend to live in a world of metaphor. It’s not my fault, according to Lakoff and Johnson. We all use metaphor all the time: to construct our thoughts and work out abstract concepts.

I’ve been exploring this a bit in the context of the Semantic Web over on Nodalities. Please feel free to have a look and send me some feedback on what you think about this set of ideas.

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