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Reality Theory: Ontology&Concepts[edit]

A priori and a posteriori
A-series and B-series
Abductive reasoning
Abstract and concrete
Analogy
Analysis of competing hypotheses
Analytic–synthetic distinction
Answer set programming
Autoepistemic logic
Automated reasoning
Belief revision
Case-based reasoning
Categories (Peirce)
Categorization
Category (Kant)
Category of being
Category utility
Causality
Circumscription (logic)
Class (knowledge representation)
Closed-world assumption
Coherence theory of truth
Coherentism
Commonsense reasoning
Concept
Concept learning
Concept map
Conceptual framework
Conceptual graph
Conceptual metaphor
Conceptual semantics
Contingency (philosophy)
Controlled vocabulary
Default logic
Defeasible reasoning
Dempster–Shafer theory
Description logic
Dualism
Endurantism
Essence
Eternalism (philosophy of time)
Event (philosophy)
Existence
Existential graph
Expert system
Explanation
Explanatory power
Extension (semantics)
Extensional and intensional definitions
Formal concept analysis
Four-dimensionalism
Frame (artificial intelligence)
Frame language
Frame problem
Fuzzy concept
Fuzzy logic
Growing block universe
Has-a
Holonymy
Horn clause
Hypothesis
Identity (philosophy)
Identity and change
Identity of indiscernibles
Imprecise probability
Inference engine
Intension
Intrinsic and extrinsic properties
Is-a
Knowledge base
Knowledge representation and reasoning
Logic programming
Markov logic network
Meaning (linguistics)
Mereology
Metaphysical necessity
Metaphysics
Mind map
Monism
Negation as failure
Nominalism
Non-monotonic logic
Object (philosophy)
Occam's razor
Ontology
Ontology (information science)
Ontology components
Ontology engineering
Open-world assumption
Paradigm
Perdurantism
Philosophical presentism
Philosophical realism
Philosophy of mathematics
Philosophy of space and time
Platonic realism
Platonism
Plausible reasoning
Pluralism (philosophy)
Popper's three worlds
Possibility theory
Principle of plenitude
Principle of sufficient reason
Probabilistic logic
Probabilistic logic network
Problem of universals
Process ontology
Process Specification Language
Prolog
Property (philosophy)
Prototype theory
Referent
Rule-based system
Scientific theory
Semantic network
Semantic similarity
Semantics
Sense and reference
Space
Stable model semantics
Subjective logic
Substance theory
Temporal parts
Theory
Theory of forms
Theory-theory
Time
Truth-conditional semantics
Two-dimensionalism
Type–token distinction
Universal (metaphysics)
Upper ontology
Vivid knowledge