The “Entisphere” is the set of all entities in demarcation from the explicit information abstracted from them, whereby the concept of entities refers to all concrete and abstract objects, especially things, facts and events.
The term “entisphere” refers to the idea of an all-encompassing set of entities. The term ties in with the tradition of the concept of “spheres” that goes back a long way in the history of science, which classifies phenomena on a high level of abstraction.
Ethymology: The word “entisphere” in the context set out here was proposed as part of the “Digital Era Framework”. With the term “Entisphere” a new artificial word was developed, which was created by the composition of the words “entity” and “sphere”. In scientific terminology, the term “sphere” is used to summarize similar and coherent phenomena at a high level of abstraction. The word “sphere” came into the English language via the Latin word “sphaera” starting from the ancient Greek word “sphaira”, which has the meaning of “shell” or “ball”. It is used to name a superordinate classification at the level of global phenomena. The English word Entität is of Latin origin and goes back to the Middle Latin noun “entitas” and the late Latin noun “ens”. Here it is recurred to its meaning as “something of existence”. An entity is “something existent”. As a collectivum, the concept of entity in this sense comprises a broad spectrum of concrete and abstract objects in the sense of tangibles and intangibles, which particularly comprises things, facts and events. The entisphere is thus the set of all entities in contrast to the explicit information abstracted from them.
Definition: The “Entisphere” is the set of all entities in demarcation to the explicit information abstracted from them, whereby the term of entities refers to all concrete and abstract objects, especially things, facts and events.
Adjectives: Different adjectives are used to express a reference to the entisphere. The word “entispheral” refers to belonging to the entisphere in general. Processes that take place entirely within the entisphere are attributed with the terms “intraentispheral” or “endoentitary”. An event that takes place completely outside the entisphere can be classified as “extraentispheral” or “exoentitary”. If an interspheral process begins or ends in the entisphere, this is indicated by the adjectives “extroentispheral” or “introentisphäeral”. If it begins and ends outside the entisphere, it is “transentispheral”.