Say you have to enter a story to a computer. Now, the computer has to identify the philosophical concept on which the story is based, say:
Was it a "self-fulfilling prophecy"?
Was it an example of "Deadlock" or "Pinocchio paradox situation"?
Was it an example of how rumours magnify? or something similar to a chain reaction process?
Was it an example of "cognitive dissonance" of a person?
Was it a story about "altruism"?
Was it a story about a "misunderstanding" when a person did something "innovative" but it accidentally was innovated earlier so the person was "falsely accused" of "plagiarising"?
And so on.
Given that the story is not only a heavy rephrase of the pre-existing story; not only character names and identities are totally changed, but the context completely changed, the exact tasks they were doing are changed.
Can computers identify such "concepts" from stories? If yes, then what mechanism do they use?