On Friday 24 January 2003 02:27 pm, John Cowan wrote: > RDF people could do this too, by only referring to addressable resources > with URIs, and using anonymous nodes for non-addressable resources > (with predications linking them to suitable subject-indicating URIs). Right. This is what I meant about context... you use a set of assertions to prescribe the meaning of a given URI (within that context). If you remove the set of assertions, the scope of interpretation becomes infinite.
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