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JH Kroeze North-West University (Vaal Triangle Campus) Vanderbijlpark South Africa Kroeze.Jan@nwu.ac.za Information Systems is regarded as an interdisciplinary science. Therefore, insights from the humanities are important for this discipline, although this is not always recognised or valued. One outstanding example is the current upsurge in the study and use of 'ontologies' in information systems, bridging the disciplines of philosophy and computing. The article begins with an overview of andoi:10.4102/sajim.v11i3.410 fatcat:xxvpjand2jhb7ma6kh6hqnjwii