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Tag Archives: Philosophy of Information
CityLIS Research Student Profile: Dominic Dixon
From Library and Information Science to Philosophy and Back. Dominic Dixon February 13th 2019 *** Dominic joined CityLIS as a research student in February 2019. This post, introducing his work, was first published on 13/02/19, on Dominic’s blog podusmonens.com. You … Continue reading
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#citylis Reflections and Research: The new dualism of information and data science by David Bawden
This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and was originally published on The Occasional Informationist on May 30th 2016. *** A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to hear Luciano Floridi give a Turing Lecture at the British … Continue reading
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