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  • the critical explanation of a theory (a meta-historical learning path that highlights the opposing theories, and the problems on which they are focused),
  • the historical contextualization of a theory (a learning path that shows associated information about an author, or the historical period, or other contemporary important theories in different research areas),
  • the description of the whole body of work of an author (a learning path that recollects all the activities and results of an author, and organizes them according to the user’s preferences),
  • the intellectual lineage of a concept/theory (a learning path that follows the influence of ideas throughout the history of thought, across different areas and historical periods).

  • Here are some diagrams of the entities and relations the ontology represents; much more information about this research work can be found in the papers section of this website.

    Philosophical Ontology #1: prague meeting

    Philosophical Ontology #2: schools