Feb 2007

Philosophical Search engine


Hi guys! A new philosophical search engine is available out there. It's called Noesis.

Noesis is a limited area search engine for open access, academic philosophy. Built with Google's new Co-op program, Noesis allows users to search the combined webspace of our set of indexed professional associations, philosophy departments, faculty websites, online journals and reference works. Each area can also be searched independently. For more information, see http://noesis.evansville.edu/about.htm

So I tried to look up "ontology"  - and see below what i got - how has Tom Gruber gained his top position? Do Plato and Husserl know that? I leave the interpretation to the readers...

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Michele Pasin. Philosophical Search engine. Blog post on www.michelepasin.org. Published on Feb. 1, 2007.

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2015


paper  ResQuotes.com: Turn your Notes and Highlights into Research Ideas

Force11 - Research Communications and e-Scholarship conference, Oxford, UK, Jan 2015.


2012


paper  Annotation and Ontology in most Humanities research: accommodating a more informal interpretation context

NeDiMaH workshop on ontology based annotation, held in conjunction with Digital Humanities 2012, Hamburg, Germany, Jul 2012.


2011


paper  Ontological Requirements for Annotation and Navigation of Philosophical Resources

Synthese, Volume 182, Number 2, Springer, Jan 2011.


2009


paper  Ontological Requirement for Supporting Smart Navigation of Philosophical Resources

PhD Thesis, Milton Keynes, UK, The Open University, Jul 2009.




2008


paper  Formalizing ʻphilosophicalʼ narratives: the tension between form and content

European Computing and Philosophy Conference (ECAP08), Montpellier, France, Jun 2008.


2006


paper  An ontology for the description and navigation through philosophical resources

European Conference on Philosophy and Computing (ECAP-06), Trondheim, Norway, Jun 2006.