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Re: The triples datamodel -- was Re: Semantic Web pe


Re:  The triples datamodel -- was Re:  Semantic Web pe
Elliotte Rusty Harold scripsit:

> I have no idea who Fichte is/was, or what his/her relevance is here, 

A philosopher in the generation after Kant.  His first book was published
anonymously, and everyone thought for a while that Kant had written it,
and were amazed that Kant could manage to write so *clearly*.

> I don't agree with Walter 100%. I do find schemas to be occasionally 
> useful tools for documentation and diagnosis. 

I use schemas in two ways: as a tool for working out an XML design,
and as a unilateral contract.  The documents I send to customers
are valid, or I fix them until they are.

-- 
Do NOT stray from the path!             John Cowan <jcowan@r...>
        --Gandalf                       http://www.ccil.org/~cowan

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