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Reality Theory: Machine Psychology&NLP[edit]

A priori and a posteriori
Abductive reasoning
Ablative case
Abstract and concrete
Abstraction
Accusative case
Active voice
Adjective
Adjective phrase
Adjunct (grammar)
Adpositional phrase
Adverb
Affix
Agent (grammar)
Aggregation (linguistics)
Agreement (linguistics)
AI box
AI control problem
AI-complete
Alphabet of human thought
Amazon Alexa
Ambiguity
Analogical modeling
Analogical models
Analogy
Analysis of competing hypotheses
Analytic–synthetic distinction
Anaphora (linguistics)
Anti-realism
Arc pair grammar
Argument
Argument (linguistics)
Argument map
Argumentation framework
Article (grammar)
Artificial general intelligence
Artificial grammar learning
Artificial intelligence
Attributive verb
Augmented transition network
Automatic summarization
Auxiliary verb
Bag-of-words model
Becoming (philosophy)
Being
Belief
Bigram
Binding (linguistics)
Bound and unbound morphemes
Boundedness (linguistics)
Branching (linguistics)
Cartesian doubt
Categorial grammar
Categories (Peirce)
Categorization
Category (Kant)
Category of being
Category utility
Catena (linguistics)
Causal model
Causal reasoning
Causality
Causative
Center embedding
Certainty
Chatbot
Chinese room
Circular definition
Class (knowledge representation)
Class (philosophy)
Classifier (linguistics)
Clause
Clitic
Co-premise
Cognitive linguistics
Cognitive map
Cognitive model
Coherence (linguistics)
Coherence theory of truth
Coherentism
Cohesion (linguistics)
Collective noun
Collocation
Commensurability (philosophy of science)
Commonsense knowledge (artificial intelligence)
Commonsense reasoning
Complement (linguistics)
Complementizer
Compound (linguistics)
Computational linguistics
Computational semantics
Concept
Concept and object
Concept learning
Concept map
Conceptual dependency theory
Conceptual framework
Conceptual graph
Conceptual metaphor
Conceptual model
Conceptual semantics
Conceptual space
Conditional mood
Conditional sentence
Conduit metaphor
Confirmation holism
Conjunction (grammar)
Connotation
Consilience
Constituent (linguistics)
Construction grammar
Content determination
Content word
Context principle
Coordination (linguistics)
Copula (linguistics)
Coreference
Correspondence theory of truth
Cortana
Count noun
Counterargument
Criteria of truth
Critical rationalism
Critical thinking
Cyc
Dative case
Declension
Deductive reasoning
Deductive-nomological model
Deep linguistic processing
Definiteness
Deflationary theory of truth
Deixis
Demarcation problem
Demonstrative
Denotation
Dependency grammar
Dependent clause
Descriptive knowledge
Determiner
Diagrammatic reasoning
Dialectic
Dialog manager
Dialog system
Direct and indirect realism
Discontinuity (linguistics)
Distributed morphology
Distributional semantics
Ditransitive verb
Document structuring
Doubt
Dual (grammatical number)
Duhem–Quine thesis
ELIZA
Emergence
Empirical evidence
Empiricism
Endocentric and exocentric
Epistemology
Essence
Event (philosophy)
Evidentiality
Existence
Explanation
Explanatory power
Explication
Explicit semantic analysis
Extension (semantics)
Extensional and intensional definitions
Extraposition
Fallacy
Fallibilism
Falsifiability
Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies
Formal concept analysis
Foundationalism
Four causes
Frame (artificial intelligence)
Frame language
Frame problem
Frame semantics (linguistics)
Friendly artificial intelligence
Function word
Functional theories of grammar
Fuzzy concept
Generalized vector space model
Generative grammar
Genitive case
Gettier problem
Google Assistant
Government (linguistics)
Government and binding theory
Grammar
Grammar induction
Grammatical aspect
Grammatical case
Grammatical category
Grammatical conjugation
Grammatical gender
Grammatical modifier
Grammatical mood
Grammatical number
Grammatical particle
Grammatical person
Grammatical relation
Grammatical tense
Grammaticality
Greenberg's linguistic universals
Has-a
Head (linguistics)
Head-directionality parameter
Head-driven phrase structure grammar
Heaps' law
Hierarchy
Holonymy
Hyperbolic tree
Hyponymy and hypernymy
Hypothesis
Hypothetico-deductive model
Idealism
Identity of indiscernibles
Imperative mood
Impersonal verb
Implication (information science)
Independent clause
Indexicality
Induction of regular languages
Inductive logic programming
Inductive reasoning
Infix
Inflection
Inflectional phrase
Informal logic
Information structure
Inside–outside algorithm
Instrumental case
Instrumental convergence
Instrumentalism
Intelligence explosion
Intension
Intentionality
Interjection
Interrogative
Interrogative word
Intransitive verb
Intrinsic and extrinsic properties (philosophy)
Is-a
Knowledge
Knowledge representation and reasoning
Knowledge space
Language identification in the limit
Language of thought hypothesis
Language production
Latent Dirichlet allocation
Latent semantic analysis
Lemma (morphology)
Lemmatisation
Lexeme
Lexical choice
Lexical functional grammar
Lexical item
Lexical semantics
Lexical substitution
Lexicon
Linguistic modality
Linguistic relativity
Linguistic typology
Linguistic universal
Link grammar
List of fallacies
Locative case
Logical form (linguistics)
Logical positivism
Machine translation
Main contention
Map–territory relation
Mass noun
Materialism
Meaning (linguistics)
Meaning (philosophy of language)
Meaning–text theory
Mental representation
Menzerath's law
Mereology
Merge (linguistics)
Meronymy
Meta-epistemology
Meta-ontology
Metaphilosophy
Metaphysics
Mind map
Minimalist program
Models of scientific inquiry
Monism
Morpheme
Morphological derivation
Morphological typology
Morphology (linguistics)
Morphosyntactic alignment
N-gram
Named-entity recognition
Natural kind
Natural language generation
Natural language processing
Natural language understanding
Natural language user interface
Natural semantic metalanguage
New riddle of induction
Nominalism
Nominative case
Noun
Noun adjunct
Noun phrase
Object (grammar)
Object (philosophy)
Object–subject–verb
Occam's razor
Ontological commitment
Ontology
Ontology (information science)
Ontology components
Ontology engineering
Ontology learning
Operator grammar
Opposite (semantics)
Pachinko allocation
Paradigm
Paradigm shift
Parse tree
Parsing
Part of speech
Part-of-speech tagging
Participle
Particular
Passive voice
Patient (grammar)
Pattern theory
Periphrasis
Philosophical methodology
Philosophical realism
Philosophical skepticism
Philosophy
Philosophy of language
Philosophy of science
Phonetic form
Phrase
Phrase structure grammar
Phrase structure rules
Physical law
Plato's Problem
Platonic realism
Platonism
Plural
Pluralism (philosophy)
Polysemy
Popper's three worlds
Possessive
Predicate (grammar)
Predictive power
Prefix
Pregroup grammar
Premise
Preposition and postposition
Primary/secondary quality distinction
Principle of compositionality
Principles and parameters
Pro-form
Probabilistic context-free grammar
Probabilistic latent semantic analysis
Problem of induction
Problem of universals
Procedural knowledge
Process ontology
Project Debater
Pronoun
Proper noun
Property (philosophy)
Proposition
Prototype theory
Quality (philosophy)
Quantifier (linguistics)
Quantitative linguistics
Quantity
Question
Question answering
Rationalism
Raven paradox
Reality
Realization (linguistics)
Reason (argument)
Reductionism
Reference
Referent
Referring expression
Referring expression generation
Regress argument
Relationship extraction
Relative clause
Root (linguistics)
Scientific method
Scientific realism
Scientific theory
Scrambling (linguistics)
Script theory
Self-reference
Semantic field
Semantic folding
Semantic holism
Semantic network
Semantic parsing
Semantic primes
Semantic property
Semantic role labeling
Semantic similarity
Semantic space
Semantics
Seme (semantics)
Sememe
Sense and reference
Sentence boundary disambiguation
Sentence diagram
Sentence processing
Sentiment analysis
Shallow parsing
SHRDLU
Similarity (psychology)
Singular term
Siri
Socratic method
Socratic questioning
Solipsism
Sorites paradox
Specificity (linguistics)
Specifier
Statistical parsing
Statistical semantics
Stemming
Stochastic grammar
Strange loop
Structure
Subcategorization
Subject (grammar)
Subject–object–verb
Subject–verb–object
Subordination (linguistics)
Substance theory
Suffix
Superintelligence
Supervenience
Synonym
Syntactic ambiguity
Syntactic category
Syntax
Taxonomy (general)
Terminology extraction
Text segmentation
Textual entailment
Thematic relation
Theory
Theory of everything (philosophy)
Theory of justification
Theory-theory
Topic and comment
Topic model
Topicalization
Toulmin method
Transformational grammar
Transitive verb
Transitivity (grammar)
Tree of knowledge system
Tree structure
Trigram
Truth
Truth-conditional semantics
Turing test
Two Dogmas of Empiricism
Two-dimensionalism
Type–token distinction
Uncertainty
Underdetermination
Universal (metaphysics)
Universal grammar
Upper ontology
Use–mention distinction
Vagueness
Valency (linguistics)
Vector space model
Verb
Verb phrase
Verb–subject–object
Verificationism
Version space learning
Virtual assistant (artificial intelligence)
Volition (linguistics)
Watson (computer)
Weak AI
Wh-movement
Wolfram Alpha
Word embedding
Word formation
Word order
Word sense
Word stem
Word-sense disambiguation
Word-sense induction
Word2vec
World view
X-bar theory
Yes–no question