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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98
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Description: Designed by Professor David Kolb, Professor of Philosophy at Bates College, Socrates in the Labyrinth is used to address the concept of linearity in philosophical argument, by considering the relationships between hypertext, rhetoric, and philosophy. The hypertext discusses the value of linear argument, and highlights the advantages of non-linearity, using hypertext as an illustration. Sections include Aristotle Argument, Cleavings, Earth Orbit, and Habermas' Pyramid.
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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98. Not to be republished in any form
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