CSLI Center for the Study of Language and Information -- Stanford University

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CSLI Center for the Study of Language and Information -- Stanford University:

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The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy implements the new digital library concept of a "dynamic reference work"---it is a highly customized work-flow system by which the members of an entire discipline can collaboratively maintain a refereed reference work that not only introduces (for beginners) traditional philosophical topics but also tracks (for experts) the new ideas being published on those topics in both fixed and web-based media.



"Aiming for something big because it will be good for people." That's what I got from the life philosophy of Dr. Percy Julian. Beside that I would posit this: "So that people can share deeply about simple things."


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