Representations – C26

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C26 Representations

Scope note:

This class comprises sets of one or more propositions, concepts or signs that represent the content of individual or collective intentionality. These sets of propositional objects, and other related conceptual objects, are present in human minds as a conceptualization proper to and shared by intentional entities in a social context.

These intentional entitites do not necessarily act together, and are therefore not an intentional collective in the sense of crm:E74 Group but they share the same representations stemming from education, social context, professional and social engagement, media, etc.

In this perspective, representations (beliefs, hopes, desires, knowledge, and also know-how, etc.) are constitutive of human individuals, or other intentional entities, in their mental and social identity, and provide the foundation of the identity of communities and social collectives.

Examples:

The Earth is an extremely heavy body and rests at the centre of the Universe

The Earth moves around the Sun in an elliptical orbit

Lucia is marriageable (Alessandro Manzoni, I promessi sposi)

War will probably break out with the neighbouring country

Context notes:

This way of modelling social representations is inspired by the notion of 'description' in the Descriptions and situations ontology (WonderWeb Project, Deliverable 18). Descriptions are sets of propositions and related concepts that rediscribe states of affairs in the world according to a specific point of view. They can be expressed in oral or written form, in different languages or wording but insofar as they have the same intentional content they have the same identity. Examples of descriptions are social rules and fonctions, plans, laws, projects, scripts, techniques, etc. They are not given in 'nature', in the sense of physics or biology, but originate from social life and in the communication that is the basis of it.

In historical research, social representations (as 'descriptions') should be modelled as representing the collective intentionality of the societies being studied, note the ones of the researchers. It is therefore important to apply in modelling the principle of 'critical distance' in order to avoid anachronism.

Bibliographical notes:

Relevant documentation for conceptualizing this class:

  • "Collective Intentionality" – Schweikard, David P. and Hans Bernhard Schmid, "Collective Intentionality", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2013 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2013/entries/collective-intentionality/>.(Retireved 7 November 2020)
  • Social representation (Wikipedia, English version, retrieved 7 November 2020)

In First Order Logic:

  • C26(x) ⇒ C40(x)

Scope notes

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This class comprises sets of one or more propositions, concepts or signs that represent the content of individual or collective intentionality. These sets of propositional objects, and other related conceptual objects, are present in human minds as a conceptualization proper to and shared by intentional entities in a social context. These intentional entitites do not necessarily act together, and are therefore not an intentional collective in the sense of crm:E74 Group but they share the same representations stemming from education, social context, professional and social engagement, media, etc. In this perspective, representations (beliefs, hopes, desires, knowledge, and also know-how, etc.) are constitutive of human individuals, or other intentional entities, in their mental and social identity, and provide the foundation of the identity of communities and social collectives. en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate
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Examples

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The Earth is an extremely heavy body and rests at the centre of the Universe en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate
The Earth moves around the Sun in an elliptical orbit en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate
Lucia is marriageable (Alessandro Manzoni, I promessi sposi) en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate
War will probably break out with the neighbouring country en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate

Additional notes

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Relevant documentation for conceptualizing this class: "Collective Intentionality" – Schweikard, David P. and Hans Bernhard Schmid, "Collective Intentionality", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2013 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2013/entries/collective-intentionality/>.(Retireved 7 November 2020) Social representation (Wikipedia, English version, retrieved 7 November 2020) Bibliographical note en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate
This way of modelling social representations is inspired by the notion of 'description' in the Descriptions and situations ontology (WonderWeb Project, Deliverable 18). Descriptions are sets of propositions and related concepts that rediscribe states of affairs in the world according to a specific point of view. They can be expressed in oral or written form, in different languages or wording but insofar as they have the same intentional content they have the same identity. Examples of descriptions are social rules and fonctions, plans, laws, projects, scripts, techniques, etc. They are not given in 'nature', in the sense of physics or biology, but originate from social life and in the communication that is the basis of it. In historical research, social representations (as 'descriptions') should be modelled as representing the collective intentionality of the societies being studied, note the ones of the researchers. It is therefore important to apply in modelling the principle of 'critical distance' in order to avoid anachronism. Context note en SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate

Identifier: C26

Official URI: https://ontome.net/ns/sdhss/C26
OntoME URI: https://ontome.net/ontology/c753

Labels

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Representations * en 2021-09-28 0 Candidate
Description en 2021-09-28 0 Candidate
Collective intentionality en 2021-09-28 0 Candidate

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Parent classes

Class Class namespace Relation defined in Justification View details Edit Delete Comments Validation
C40 Intentional Collection SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing 0 Candidate

Ancestor classes

Class Depth Class namespace Via
E1 CRM Entity 7 CIDOC CRM version 6.2 C40 - C32 - E28 - E71 - E70 - E77
E28 Conceptual Object 3 CIDOC CRM version 6.2 C40 - C32
E70 Thing 5 CIDOC CRM version 6.2 C40 - C32 - E28 - E71
E71 Human-Made Thing 4 CIDOC CRM version 6.2 C40 - C32 - E28
E71 Man-Made Thing 4 CIDOC CRM version 6.2 C40 - C32 - E28
E77 Persistent Item 6 CIDOC CRM version 6.2 C40 - C32 - E28 - E71 - E70
Thing 8 OntoME internal model - active version C40 - C32 - E28 - E71 - E70 - E77 - E1
C32 Abstract individual 2 SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing C40

Child and descendant classes

Class Depth Class namespace Via

Related classes

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Outgoing properties (this class is domain)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace

Outgoing properties (inherited from ancestors)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm:P1 is identified by (identifies) E41 Appellation CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm:P2 has type (is type of) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm:P3 has note E62 String CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm:P48 has preferred identifier (is preferred identifier of) E42 Identifier CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm:P137 exemplifies (is exemplified by) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crmdig:L47 has comment E62 String CRMdig version 3.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crmdig:L4 has preferred label E62 String CRMdig version 3.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crmdig:L53 is not uniquely identified by E62 String CRMdig version 3.2
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) sdh:P2 domain class has identity defining component (is identity defining component of domain class) E1 CRM Entity SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) sdh:P10 time-independent entity association E1 CRM Entity SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) sdh:P18 is identifying component of range class (range class has identity defining component) E1 CRM Entity SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm-sup:P20 same as external identifier (same as) E42 Identifier SDHSS CIDOC CRM supplement – ongoing
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm-sup:P24 has identity defining type (is identity defining type) E55 Type SDHSS CIDOC CRM supplement – ongoing
C26 Representations (is a E1 CRM Entity) crm-sup:P28 same as URI [owl:sameAs] (same as) C30 Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) SDHSS CIDOC CRM supplement – ongoing
C26 Representations (is a E28 Conceptual Object) crm:P149 is identified by (identifies) E75 Conceptual Object Appellation CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E70 Thing) crm:P43 has dimension (is dimension of) E54 Dimension CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E70 Thing) crm:P101 had as general use (was use of) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E70 Thing) crm:P130 shows features of (features are also found on) E70 Thing CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E71 Man-Made Thing) crm:P102 has title (is title of) E35 Title CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E71 Man-Made Thing) crm:P103 was intended for (was intention of) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 6.2
C26 Representations (is a E77 Persistent Item) sdh:P22 has quantifiable quality (is quantifiable quality of) C28 Quantifiable Quality SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing

Incoming properties (this class is range)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace
E55 Type sdh:P42 is defined by (define) C26 Representations SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C4 Intention sdh:P40 has context (is context of) C26 Representations SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing

Incoming properties (inherited from ancestors)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace
E1 CRM Entity sdh:P10 time-independent entity association C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
E1 CRM Entity sdh:P18 is identifying component of range class (range class has identity defining component) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
E1 CRM Entity sdh:P2 domain class has identity defining component (is identity defining component of domain class) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
E2 Temporal Entity sdh:P1 involves C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
E5 Event crm:P12 occurred in the presence of (was present at) C26 Representations (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E7 Activity crm:P15 was influenced by (influenced) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E7 Activity crm:P16 used specific object (was used for) C26 Representations (is a E70) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E7 Activity crm:P17 was motivated by (motivated) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E7 Activity crm:P19 was intended use of (was made for) C26 Representations (is a E71) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E13 Attribute Assignment crm:P140 assigned attribute to (was attributed by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E13 Attribute Assignment crm:P141 assigned (was assigned by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E16 Measurement crm:P39 measured (was measured by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E17 Type Assignment crm:P41 classified (was classified by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E24 Physical Man-Made Thing crm:P62 depicts (is depicted by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E31 Document crm:P70 documents (is documented in) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E32 Authority Document crm:P71 lists (is listed in) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E36 Visual Item crm:P138 represents (has representation) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E63 Beginning of Existence crm:P92 brought into existence (was brought into existence by) C26 Representations (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E64 End of Existence crm:P93 took out of existence (was taken out of existence by) C26 Representations (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E65 Creation crm:P94 has created (was created by) C26 Representations (is a E28) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E70 Thing crm:P130 shows features of (features are also found on) C26 Representations (is a E70) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E81 Transformation crm:P123 resulted in (resulted from) C26 Representations (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E81 Transformation crm:P124 transformed (was transformed by) C26 Representations (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E83 Type Creation crm:P136 was based on (supported type creation) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E89 Propositional Object crm:P129 is about (is subject of) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
E89 Propositional Object crm:P67 refers to (is referred to by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 6.2
F35 Nomen Use Statement frbroo:R38 refers to thema (is thema of) C26 Representations (is a E1) FRBRoo version 2.4
F40 Identifier Assignment frbroo:R45 assigned to (was assigned by) C26 Representations (is a E1) FRBRoo version 2.4
F51 Pursuit frbroo:R59 had typical subject (was typical subject of) C26 Representations (is a E1) FRBRoo version 2.4
F52 Name Use Activity frbroo:R63 named (was named by) C26 Representations (is a E1) FRBRoo version 2.4
C11 Appellation in a Language sdh:P11 is appellation for language of (has appellation for language) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
D2 Digitization Process crmdig:L60 documents C26 Representations (is a E1) CRMdig version 3.2
D29 Annotation Object crmdig:L43 annotates (is annotated by) C26 Representations (is a E1) CRMdig version 3.2
C14 Holding of a Right or Obligation sdh-so:P8 is subjection of (is subject to) C26 Representations (is a E77) SDHSS Social, legal and economic life ongoing
C16 Legal Conceptual Object Creation sdh-so:P25 is legal creation of (was created by) C26 Representations (is a E28) SDHSS Social, legal and economic life ongoing
C19 Legal Integration sdh-so:P27 is integration of (is integrated by) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Social, legal and economic life ongoing
C5 Step sdh-int:P14 foresees the use of specific object (is foreseen for) C26 Representations (is a E71) SDHSS Intellectual and Literary Life ongoing
C23 Use sdh:P32 is use of (is used by) C26 Representations (is a E77) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C30 Connotation sdh:P39 is connotation of (has connotation) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C27 Legal Connotation sdh-so:P52 is legal connotation of (has legal connotation) C26 Representations (is a E77) SDHSS Social, legal and economic life ongoing
C23 Identification crm-sup:P18 is identification of (has identification) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS CIDOC CRM supplement – ongoing
C29 Legal Quality Acquisition sdh-so:P43 is acquisition by (acquires) C26 Representations (is a E77) SDHSS Social, legal and economic life ongoing
C8 Intentional Composition sdh:P53 has intentional component (is component of) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C8 Intentional Composition sdh:P54 is intentional component of (has intentional component) C26 Representations (is a E1) SDHSS Semantic Data for Humanities and Social Sciences CIDOC CRM Extension ongoing
C12 Dedication sdh-int:P22 has dedicatory object (is dedicatory object of) C26 Representations (is a E77) SDHSS Intellectual and Literary Life ongoing
C12 Dedication sdh-int:P24 has conceptual dedicatee (is conceptual dedicatee of) C26 Representations (is a C32) SDHSS Intellectual and Literary Life ongoing

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