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December 18, 2003


David Locke

The notion of a central ontology from which to hand things is an expression of power and contrary to getting participation. Concepts don't originate in groups. They originate with the individual. They are later communicated in groups.

The list of things that you intend to hang off this ontology is so post concept that they hardly matter. By the time there is training for a concept, some other concept is more important.

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