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Published on Jul 11, 2016
Discusses how the BFO methodology can be used as a basis for an ontology of obligations, duties, claims and other social entities. Obligations -- for example of the sort yielded by an act of making a promise -- exist in virtue of aggregates of dispositions in the wider society to punish those who do not realize their obligations.