Logical Analysis of Symbolic Conception Representation in Terminological Systems

Farshad Badie


Cognitive, or knowledge, agents, who are in some way aware of describing their own view of the world (based on their mental concepts), need to become concerned with the expres- sions of their own conceptions. My main supposition is that agents’ conceptions are mainly expressed in the form of linguistic expressions that are spoken, written, and represented based on e.g. letters, numbers, or symbols. This research especially focuses on symbolic conceptions (that are agents’ conceptions that are manifested in the form of their symbols). I attempt to formal-logical system for representing and explicating agents’ conceptions of the world.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.52119/LPHS.2022.85.92.001


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