Agora Publishable Summary: soon online


As you know the Agora Project came to its conclusion on the last March, but some of its results are intended to be reused and, thanks to their dissemination and the expected feedbacks, constantly improved.
In this perspective, soon a Publishable Summary including the main reusable outcomes of the project and of the experiments, plus the indication about the open source software, will be released online, so that all the information can be known to the interested communities.

Lexicon Philosophicum: pre-print of the Second Issue


The pre-print of the Second Issue of the Journal “Lexicon Philosophicum” is now available online. We hope to engage the scholarly community in participating in the enrichment of the articles by adding their comments to the authors prior to the final revision of their papers. You can participate in this process by registering as a user on the Journal website.
Also notice that “Lexicon Philosophicum” is included in the AGORA experiment in open peer review, which is a stage of collaborative review in addition to the traditional double blind review.
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AGORA at 10th EVA/MINERVA Conference


Cristina Marras (CNR-ILIESI), as a member of the International Program Committee of the 10th Jerusalem Conference on the Digitisation of Digital Heritage EVA/MINERVA 2013, in collaboration with Sinai Rusinek organised the conference session dedicated to Digital Humanities.

Cristina Marras is also presenting the paper: “Digital Archives of Philosophical Texts on the NET: Digital Tools for Research and Education in Philosophy”.

EVA/MINERVA 2013 takes place in Jerusalem, at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, on November 12-13, 2013. Here you can find the conference’s program.