Robert Hoehndorf
Jerry Hobbs, Andrew Gordon: Goals in a formal theory of commonsense psychology
commonsense psychology: formal version of theory people have of their own cognitive processing (whether true or false) - Robert Hoehndorf
important for natural language understandning and discourse analysis - Robert Hoehndorf
most of common sense psychology cannot be defined, only characterized through necessary or sufficient conditions - Robert Hoehndorf
eventuality: possible state or event - Robert Hoehndorf
artifacts and organizations are plans made concrete - Michel Dumontier
natural objects can have goals - trees have the goal to grow and reproduce - Michel Dumontier