Ontologies of Presence
17 Pages Posted: 11 Jul 2015
Date Written: July 9, 2015
The notion of order, in the matricial sense of the term, is worked upon from a systemic ontological approach focused on abstract entities, therefore, identities, gifted of a nature that is proper to them and that distinguishes them from the concrete entities. Taking, as an exemplary case, the mathematical notion of an n-dimensional Euclidean space, we address the ontology of Euclidean spaces, including the definition of these spaces and a notion of Euclidean topological computation which allows us to address the computational systemic dynamics and hypertextual structure of these spaces. The work concludes with a final reflection on the Euclidean spaces, on ontology of presence and order.
Keywords: Ontology of Presence, Order, Abstract Entities, Euclidean Spaces, Euclidean Topological Computation
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation