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It sounds like you have already answered all of your own questions: objects are not meant to model the real world, although they have been marketed as such and perhaps that was an intention at some point. OOP languages—at least the commonly-used modern ones—are not designed to be databases, and their features are not designed for describing ontologies. The ...


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Object-oriented programming languages are designed to support programming. Whether they "properly" model the real world is beside the point and not the primary goal. So, when you ask "why haven't [these requirements] been included?", it's likely because those weren't considered relevant or necessary to the goal of supporting programming....


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