On Mon, 28 Aug 2000, Jack Park wrote:
> In the very long run, and a point that I think John is trying to make, we
> need to avail ourselves of a vast literature "out there" that plays to our
> future needs for knowledge representation. My thinking has it that there is
> probably a convergence somewhere in the work of
> C.S. Peirce
> A. Shopenhaur
> J. Sowa
> G. Pask
> K. Popper
> and probably a few others.
I think that's fine. Can you put together a cohesive reading list, Jack,
on issues of knowledge representation, and put it on the WIKI? Thanks.
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