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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… 
About and on Behalf of Scriptum Est by Vesa Suominen
  • S. LaPorte
  • Sociology, Computer Science
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  • 2016
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