The Internet Philosophy Ontology Project

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The Internet Philosophy Ontology Project (InPhO /ˈɪnf/) is a project of Indiana University's Cognitive Science Program funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is an attempt to create a model of the discipline of philosophy as an online resource. The website makes it possible to search and navigate via relations among philosophical ideas, scholars and works.[1]


  1. ^ Buckner, Cameron; Niepert, Mathias; Allen, Colin (2011). "From encyclopedia to ontology: toward dynamic representation of the discipline of philosophy". Synthese. 182 (2): 205–233. doi:10.1007/s11229-009-9659-9. JSTOR 41477629. S2CID 16526806.

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