100 Philosophy

Lehreinheit Philosophie Bibliothekssystematik

"In der historischen Abteilung ist die philosophische Primär- und Sekundärliteratur untergebracht. Geordnet wird in dieser Gruppe chronologisch nach den Geburtsjahren der Philosophen, beginnend bei -800 (Zarathustra). Das Geburtsjahr wird primärer Bestandteil der Standortsignatur. In die Signatur eingearbeitet werden außerdem ein Namenskürzel und das Erscheinungsjahr des vorliegenden Titels bzw. das Jahr des Erscheinens der Erstausgabe. (...) In der systematischen Abteilung sind alle Werke untergebracht, die aus formalen Gründen aus der historischen Abteilung ausgegliedert sind, so z.B.

"In the historical department the philosophical primary and secondary literatures are placed, arranged chronologically according to the birth years of the philosophers, beginning with -800 (Zarathustra), the year of birth being a primary part of the site signature And the year of publication of the present title, or the year of publication of the first edition. (...) In the systematic section, all works are subdivided from the historical section for formal reasons, eg bibliographies, lexicons, , But also introductions, philosophical histories, or works from other areas of knowledge.

Tesauro especializado en Filosofía, con enfoque de género

"La importancia de producir un tesauro con esta temática específica radica en que facilitará el acceso a la información de los y las investigadoras relacionada con la filosofía, agregando además una visión mucho más amplia e inclusiva donde el trabajo tanto de las mujeres filósofas como de los hombres filósofos se represente en un instrumento de trabajo (en este caso, el tesauro) de forma equitativa y justa, reconociendo las diferencias y sin exclusiones ni discriminaciones, como las relacionadas con el sexo que es el asunto de interés en este trabajo (enfoque de género)."

"The importance of producing a thesaurus with this specific theme is that it will facilitate the access to the information of the researchers related to philosophy, also adding a much wider and more inclusive vision where the work of both women philosophers and Male philosophers are represented in a working instrument (in this case, the thesaurus) in an equitable and fair way, recognizing the differences and without exclusions or discrimination, such as those related to sex that is the subject of interest in this work gender)."

Indiana Philosophy Ontology

"The InPhO analyzes over 37 million words of philosophical content from: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy; Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy; PhilPapers; HathiTrust/Google Books Collection. The InPhO is constructed by a novel 3-step semi-automated process, called dynamic ontology: 1. Data Mining — Natural language processing (NLP) techniques generate statistical hypothesis about the relationships among philosophically-salient topics. 2. Expert Feedback — These hypotheses are evaluated by domain experts through online interfaces. 3.

Event Ontology

"This ontology is centered around the notion of event, seen here as the way by which cognitive agents classify arbitrary time/space regions (...). This ontology has already been proven useful in a wide range of context, due to its simplicity and usability: from talks in a conference, to description of a concert, or chords being played in a Jazz piece (when used with the Timeline ontology), festivals, etc."

Vocabulario Controlado de Filosofía

"643 términos, 3676 relaciones entre términos, 12 términos no preferidos. Este listado, no pretende ser un tesauro, no obstante está pensado para su utilización en indización del material de bibliotecas. Presenta las relaciones entre filósofos, escuelas, corrientes, épocas y etapas filosóficas. Se adopta como criterio de división entre la Filosofía Antigua y Medieval la muerte de San Agustín. Las palabras escritas entre paréntesis no se consideran descriptores, sólo contribuyen al ordenamiento de los términos."

"643 terms, 3676 relationships between terms, 12 non-preferred terms. This listing is not intended to be a thesaurus, however it is intended for use in indexing library material.
It presents the relations between philosophers, schools, currents, epochs and philosophical stages. The death of St. Augustine is adopted as a criterion of division between Ancient and Medieval Philosophy. Words written in parentheses are not considered descriptors, they only contribute to the ordering of terms. "

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