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Published as Chapter 5 of Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World. ACRL / American Library Association. Edited by Sara R. Benson. October 2019.
Interesting real-world samples are almost always present as mixtures containing the analyte(s) of interest and a matrix of components that are irrelevant to answering the analytical question at hand. Additionally, the compounds comprising the matrix are usually present in far greater...
Assessment of a One-Credit Course for Humanities Graduate Students: A Phenomenological Approach to Identify Thresholds and ImpactsDownload
In the fall of 2016, three librarians from the Humanities and Social Sciences Library at the University of Alberta (UofA) took on the challenge of teaching a one-credit scholarly communication course to new graduate students in the department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies (MLCS). Three...
Introduction: Nancy engages with democracy most explicitly in his little book The Truth of Democracy, the publication of which marks the 40th anniversary of May ’68. At the beginning of the eponymous essay, ‘The Truth of Democracy,’ Nancy identifies as the ‘real singularity’ of May ’68 a certain...
Introduction: A little over a decade ago, I published a paper that tried to un- ravel the puzzling relationship between John Buridan, the most fa- mous Parisian arts master of the fourteenth century, and Nicholas of Autrecourt, the Paris-based bête noir of late-medieval Aristote- lianism, who...
What is place to philosophy, what is place to thought? The linkage of philosophy and place suggests the question, 'Is this a matter of the philosophy of place or the place of philosophy?' Is it 'philosophy in places' or 'what is place in philosophy?' Place, even in an unexamined sense of the...
The first sequent calculus, LK is the example after which many other calculi have been fashioned. We describe this calculus, prove its equivalence to the axiom system K, and provide a sound and complete interpretation too. A major part of Section 2.3 is a presentation of the proof of the cut...