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About and on behalf of scriptum est : the literary, bibliographic, and educational rationality sui generis of the library and librarianship on the top of what literature has produced

@inproceedings{Suominen2016AboutAO,
  title={About and on behalf of scriptum est : the literary, bibliographic, and educational rationality sui generis of the library and librarianship on the top of what literature has produced},
  author={Vesa Suominen},
  year={2016}
}
The thematic dealt with in the treatise is the possible of the library and librarianship. The rationality appears in a philosophical perspective as a normative notion. The treatise particularly investigates the possible intelligibility of a literary rationality of the library and librarianship with a foundation in what literature has produced (scriptum est), which divides into the bibliographic rationality of the library about scriptum est and the educational rationality or the library on… 

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