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Ontic

(language)
Object-oriented language for an inference system with a Lisp-like appearance, but based on set theory.

["Ontic: A Knowledge Representation System for Mathematics", D.A. McAllester, MIT Press 1989].

ontic

See HEIDEGGER.
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For him, they are invariable for every human being and what changes is the ontic mode, content, or manifestation of the structure.