journo.indra at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 04:18:49 EST 2006
i think we can put library science under art
On 11/9/06, David Goodman <dgoodmanny at gmail.com> wrote:
> We are not arranging these subjects--we are arranging articles about these
> There are many borderline subjects, including my central one, library
> science, which intrinsically does not fit any category. I do have a
> preference for some others--but it does not particularly matter. We avoided
> this at an earlier stage, because classification was not necessary for
> practical work, and it is not necessary now. I doubt there has been any true
> consensus on this for the last 7 or 8 centuries.
> The virtue of electronic media is that what we do can be easily changed if
> by some unlikely coincidence of genuises we find one. Let's go on.
> I will be glad to explain why LC is even worse than Dewey for our purposes
> offline, or in a Citizendium article. -
> On 11/8/06, Drew, Bill <drewwe at morrisville.edu> wrote:
> > Can we just do it and quit the hand ringing and philosophizing? I am
> > rethinking my decisions to be involved with this at this early stage.
> > Much of what is being discussed here should have been worked out already
> > before inviting editors and writers. At least that is my own opinion.
> > Bill Drew
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wish you a happy day. let your dreams come true. all the best.
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