I'm teaching a Philosophy of Science graduate course at the University of Toronto next semester, and I wanted the course to cover the philosophical history and backbone of formal and applied ontology (with emphasis on BFO). The course will also explore a handful of "domains" where ontology has been applied (e.g., the GO).
To this end, I would be grateful to receive inputs, for example, suggestions regarding what reading material or themes such a syllabus should cover.
Thanks in advance!
Best wishes, Rasmus
PS: I've (of course) already "scavenged" Barry Smith's website for material.