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Bertrand Russell described a [[Minimum Vocabulary]] as one where no word can be described in terms of another word.<ref>Bertrand Russell, ''My Mental Development'' in The World of Mathematics 1956</ref>
  
Bertrand Russell described a [[Minimum Vocabulary]] as one where no word can be described in terms of another word.
 
 
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His Principia Methematica defined all of mathematics with no new words at all, only the terms of logic.
 
His Principia Methematica defined all of mathematics with no new words at all, only the terms of logic.

Latest revision as of 22:03, 24 May 2021

Full Title or Meme

Bertrand Russell described a Minimum Vocabulary as one where no word can be described in terms of another word.[1]

Context

His Principia Methematica defined all of mathematics with no new words at all, only the terms of logic.

  • A a Minimum Vocabulary is never a complete description of the state of the world, only of the world that can be described by it.

Other Terms

Vocabularies are the basic building blocks > for inference techniques on the Semantic Web. ... A formal ontology is a controlled vocabulary expressed in an ontology representation language. This language has a grammar for using vocabulary terms to express something meaningful within a specified domain of interest.

References

  1. Bertrand Russell, My Mental Development in The World of Mathematics 1956