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The concept of information can be viewed from two perspectives, namely epistemic and ontological. In the epistemic view, information is associated with meaning, semantics, and knowledge, while in the ontological view, it is understood as structures and forms of objects. Information is most often perceived as epistemic information, yet a closer look at epistemic information reveals that this concept does not account for ontological information. This paper poses the following question: Should wedoaj:467dbe3ba46c4e3383d8b70345e6ea4c fatcat:q4l5rozf3jdf7l42z7q44576ym