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Welcome to LogiLogi

by: Admin User

This website aims to take on-line discussions in philosophy and the humanities to a new level. Until now, such web discussions have taken the form of chaotic threads produced by anonymous authors. Thus, the potential for serious in-depth discussions on the internet - especially in philosophy - has ...read on

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trial (communication)

by: Anonymous User

I am a spanish speaker. My english is very bad, but I want to join to this initiative. From Montevideo, Uruguay, I celebrate the site!!...read on

tags: Logi Logi

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Lock-bug

by: Matthijs van der Meer

* (2) There didn't seem to be anyway forward to explore possibilities of even locating * the problem!!...read on

tags: LL / Bugs / Logi Logi
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What is LogiLogi ?

by: Wybo Wiersma

We will now give a basic description of the LogiLogi platform, and at the end of it we will analyse how it tries to circumvent the factors that brought other platforms down....read on

tags: Logi Logi / What It Is
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Why go beyond papers ?

by: Wybo Wiersma

In this section we argue that philosophers eventually will make use of the posibillities that the web as a medium offers, and thus will go beyond the downloading and printing of digitized journal-papers....read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web
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The Manta version of LogiLogi

by: Anonymous User

The new version of LogiLogi was named after the Manta Ray, a beautiful, graceful and impressive fish that almost flies through the water... The previous version of LogiLogi was called LogiLogi Plancton, and was not much more than a modified wiki....read on

tags: Logi Logi / Manta
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How to Philosophize on LogiLogi ?

by: Wybo Wiersma

Now we will describe how one can best philosophize on LogiLogi, and what we think that philosophy on the web should be like. At the end we will tentatively analyse the differences between it, and analytic and continental philosophy, and see how the web and academia are already reaching towards ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Philosophy
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Why isn't it happening (so far) ?

by: Wybo Wiersma

Now we will examine why projects trying to overcome the usage of paper, or the practices of journals, haven't been successful so far, and what projects are currently trying to make it happen for philosophy. At the end of it we will give an analysis of the reasons for their failure, resp. the ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Other Attempts
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(absent:) delete-facility?

by: Matthijs van der Meer

It is my experience up till now that you actually can't......! I haven't tried yet to overcome this....... natural trap. It's like an ant lion (mierenleeuw) in the sand: once written, it is eaten and digested.... - I must say I like it actually. But..... ahm: where actually to locate your other 204 ...read on

tags: LL / Logi Logi / Trap / NL
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Link-bug

by: Matthijs van der Meer

*(3, 4, 9), see also L46 Existent links may be destroyed when placing another link somewhere else in the text. This happened at L52 (up till now I have been thinking that I was myself in the wrong, in case this is to turn out not to have needed to be the case: I've seen it much more often already). ...read on

tags: LL / Logi Logi / Bug
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Edit-attach-to-phrase-bug

by: Matthijs van der Meer

* (4) See L37 (that is my Logi 37 ; below in its text, second last fraction). I noticed I had chosen to much tekst for the link to the actual verdict (I made a comparable mistake on the third text block of wbo124 (L124 of Wybo Wiersma)). To remake a link all the text should be erased first and then ...read on

tags: Bug / LL / Attach To Phrase / Logi Logi
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Tag-bug

by: Matthijs van der Meer

* (10) I was informed by Wybo that the problem is due to a failing background-server (which at that time was quickly resolved, to turn up again later). See also L57. When making a typing-error in a tag, all tags may have to be re-entered in order to edit the fault (when double-clicking, but if this ...read on

tags: LL / Logi Logi / Bug / Tag-bug
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Weak points of LogiLogi: Usabili...

by: Wybo Wiersma

I think one of the foremost weak points of LogiLogi is its usability. Usability, is one of the hardest things to get right, and it consists of more than clarity, or simply being usable. Eespecially a natural workflow seems to be missing from LogiLogi. That is, many things are not easily done on ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Weak Points / Usability
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Italics-bug

by: Matthijs van der Meer

* (3) It happened for the second time at L41 (below in its text). Trying to go the other way round turned out not to be a solution. An existent link is destroyed by italicizing part of the selected area. Annotations also, are not placable when text is in italic (point 13 annotionlist). Sub-bug ...read on

tags: LL / Bug / Italics / Links / Link / Logi Logi
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Separating Dimensions for Simpli...

by: Wybo Wiersma

In many situations interesting software ideas are about making something which combines many different inputs in a dynamic  and flexible way. For example what if on LogiLogi a very well rated logi were shown missing some tags while a fair one was available with all the tags the user requeste...read on

tags: Separating Dimensions / Logi Logi
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Weak points of LogiLogi: Willing...

by: Wybo Wiersma

An issue that is often brought up by people attending presentations on LogiLogi, is that of whether academics really would want to share their ideas through anything else than credited journal-papers. I personally think that there are enough academics who have way more ideas than they can turn into ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Weak Points / Sharing Ideas
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The Development of LogiLogi

by: Wybo Wiersma

LogiLogi is Free Software, released under the Affero GPL and it is being developed by the LogiLogi Foundation. You are welcome in our developers community. You can join our mailinglist and introduce yourself, or visit us at #logilogi on Freenode.net if you have any questions or if you just 'd like ...read on

tags: Development / Logi Logi
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Separating Services

by: Wybo Wiersma

The idea is to split LogiLogi up into separate services. So the peergroup & rating system would be separate from the tagging system, and that again from the logi-store. Maybe even smaller services would be possible and better. The advantages of splitting LogiLogi up into separate servi...read on

tags: Separating Services / Logi Logi
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Logilogi and "the right way...

by: Bruno Sarlo

While talking to people about LogiLogi, some people (like in every aspect of life) just puts stones in your way, and I always use this to re-think about my point, train my own arguments and capacity of explanation. When talking about LogiLogi in potential, we can compare it to journals and then s...read on

tags: ..Right Way / Online Philosophy Debate / Logi Logi
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The new medium of internet

by: Catherine Black

This is very true. The internet is a medium which is much more interactive than books, and also incorporates many different kinds of media into one. Not only does it combine the written and the spoken word, it also combines images and videos. Books are inherently linear in nature, and thus arguably ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / Dynamic Texts
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Acknowledgements

by: Wybo Wiersma

We are grateful to Lars Buitinck, Maarten Geraedts, Allan van Hulst, Auke Klazema, Bart Leusink, Miguel Lezama, Charl Linssen, Jan Mikac, Steffen Michels, Roel van Rijswijk, Bruno Sarlo, Thierry Stamper, Artyom Syazantsev, Rens van Summeren, Pieter van der Vlis, Jordy Voesten, Ilona Wilmont, Andrew ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Acknowledgements
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Platform of empirical findings

by: Matthijs van der Meer

Logi-logi should not limit itself to philosophy! It should first of all be a platform of both rational and experiential sharing of results - that is: scientific investigation in the broadest sense. Scientists tend to wait with publication until they 're able to fully testify and proove their ...read on

tags: ../ N1 / Subjectivity / Empirical / Thinking-steps
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How LogiLogi is useful for Educa...

by: Wybo Wiersma

First of all LogiLogi can be used by students, both from higschools and universities, to explore texts on various philosophical problems and ideas. But in addition to that they also can discuss and exchange their own ideas, both on philosophical topics, but also on more existentialist themes, like r...read on

tags: Logi Logi / For Education
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Weak points of LogiLogi: Yet ano...

by: Wybo Wiersma

Another point on which LogiLogi might be weak, is that (1) it is very much like a blogging platform, or that (2) blogs are already covering the ground between conversations and journal-papers that LogiLogi aims for. The second issue is (partially) dealth with over here, and we will now go into the ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Weak Points / Similar To / Blog
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Bugs (apparent at least)

by: Matthijs van der Meer

* (also:) suggestions 1. When using alt-139 to produce a decent '¡' (see L41), using ffox and XP on an A700, the character appears as it shood for a fraction of a second - and then the screen is shut down dumping you on your home-page, loosing what you have written! (Same with alt-137 (ë)...read on

tags: LL / Bugs / Logi Logi
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The Rating and Ranking Formula

by: Wybo Wiersma

The formula for awarding the extra voting-powers is currently quite simple. In each vote a score can be given on a scale of -2 to 5 in LogiLogi. Besides these scores, votes also carry weights in the average rating of a logi; these are what can differ between users. Anonymous users and people with...read on

tags: The Formula / Logi Logi
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Openness and Quality

by: Wybo Wiersma

Most notably quality control, and especially some sort of peer review, were missing from earlier web-systems. For example in forums, newsgroups and wiki's there is no good way of differentiating between quality contributions and problematic or even worthless ones. Many of these are completely ope...read on

tags: Openness And Quality / Logi Logi
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The Philosophy behind LogiLogi

by: Wybo Wiersma

The web is a relatively new medium, and new media are usually interpreted wrongly - in terms of old media. This has been called the horseless carriage syndrome; according to which a car is a carriage without a horse, film records theater-plays, and - most recently - the web enables the downloadin...read on

tags: The Philosophy / Logi Logi
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A Web-Platform for Philosophy

by: Wybo Wiersma

LogiLogi is an easy to use hypertext platform, also featuring a rating- and review-system which is a bit comparable to that found in journals. It tries to find the middle-road between the written word and a good conversation, and it's central values are openness and quality of content. It...read on

tags: For Philosophy / Logi Logi
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Conclusion

by: Wybo Wiersma

To reiterate: It makes sense for philosophy to look beyond papers and journals, as the web is a new medium that is fusing speech and writing in interactive hypertexts: the two classical media of philosophy. Secondly the failure of previous systems can be explained in terms of problems with ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Conclusion
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Meritocracy: A Fierce and Fair M...

by: Wybo Wiersma

LogiLogi combines openness with quality control. It does this by allowing logis to be rated, and then showing the best rated logis first. In addition, voting-power varies between authors depending on how well their own writings were rated previously. Authors can thus gain `standing' and `influence' ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Meritocracy
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A new Medium: Born in 1991 (embr...

by: Wybo Wiersma

The web is a relatively new medium, and new media are usually interpreted wrongly. The mistakes here go beyond the usual problems that come with prediction. New media are namely usually interpreted in terms of the old medium they generalize. This has been called the horseless carriage syndrome ; ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / New Medium
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A Global Collaborative Sphere: W...

by: Wybo Wiersma

Some would say that we have seen new media before, such as radio for example. But previous new media, among which especially radio and TV, were mass-media ( one to many ), and thus not very suitable for philosophy. They favoured the factory model of culture , according to which culture is a product,...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / Bazaar
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Increased Inter-Textuality: Pape...

by: Wybo Wiersma

The web also fits well with a development within philosophy itself: Jean-Fran├žois Lyotard in his La Condition Postmoderne proclaimed the end of great stories and over-arching theories. Instead he saw a diversity of small stories, each competing with others in their own domains. If we can assume ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / Inter-textuality
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Peergroups: A Plurality of Peerg...

by: Wybo Wiersma

In order to allow for diversity, logis can be rated from the viewpoints of - what we call - peergroups . There are multiple peergroups , and they basically are a duplication of the just described rating-system. Thus contributions can be rated from the viewpoints of different peergroups , logis can ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Peergroups
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Suggestions

by: Matthijs van der Meer

* ( also: buglist) 1. It would be very welcome to have a possibility for assimilating simple graphics, illustrations and tables in logi's! Example: L162. 2. It should be possible to quickly access a logi by entering authorname + logi-number. For the authorname a shortwrite in three characters would ...read on

tags: LL / Logi Logi / Bugs / Suggestions
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Hypertexts: Slim, Smart Hypertexts

by: Wybo Wiersma

Texts are kept short within LogiLogi, at maximum around 1.000 words. They are kept so short in order to maximize the advantages of hypertext. A philosophical treatise split up in short texts is more modular, and can be more easily linked to, from other texts. Especially when the parts are written ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Hypertexts
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Between the Spoken and the Writt...

by: Wybo Wiersma

In addition to being new, the web also is a medium that lives between the spoken and the written. The advantages of the first of these; conversations can be summed up as follows: They are easy and informal (especially among friends). And because the number of receivers can be limited, and the ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / Spoken Written
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Concise and Integral: One Idea a...

by: Wybo Wiersma

The kind of philosophy that could flourish on the web, and to which LogiLogi is specifically tailored, is a form of philosophy that combines the advantages of writings and conversations. In line with the written it is lasting, can be re-read, and referenced, while at the same time it is interactive,...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Philosophy / Concise / Integral
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Differentiated, not Disconnected...

by: Wybo Wiersma

LogiLogi does not work with propositions and a set of logical relations to connect them, because we think that formal logic is `very limited'. While it can work for simple cases - where it is not very useful -, it breaks down in the complex cases - where it would have been useful. This breakdown ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Philosophy / Differentiated
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Dynamic Texts: Beyond the Tablet...

by: Wybo Wiersma

Hypertext, first of all, is non-linear. With this we do not mean, that it for the first time allows one to select which bits of a text to read, or in which order to do so - the codex (modern-day book) already allows this -, but that hypertext is making this much easier, and the natural default. The ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / Dynamic Texts
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Competitive Meritocracy: Collect...

by: Wybo Wiersma

One of the greatest things that the web and computers can do for philosophy is enabling a more fluent form of quality control: one that combines quality with openness. Thus not appointing a board of experts, and then expecting them to be the sole and almighty gatekeepers (quality control, but no ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Philosophy / Meritocracy
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The Philosophy is: Continental a...

by: Wybo Wiersma

First of all Entity Oriented Philosophy is a coherent mode of philosophy that fits the web well. Keeping hypertexts short allows them to be modular and easily to refer to. And what is lost in size, is gained in easy and fast linking, and thus in better integration, and more precise definitions in ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Philosophy / Continental / Analytic
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LogiLogi is: Coherent and Agile

by: Wybo Wiersma

Now we will analyse how LogiLogi can circumvent the problems that plagued previous systems. First of all LogiLogi is a coherent system. Logis are kept short, so people can easily refer to them, and they can each express a single, particular idea. Links can have three scopes: tags, logis or versions....read on

tags: Logi Logi / Coherent / Agile
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New projects: Discovery and Liqu...

by: Wybo Wiersma

The first of the new projects is the Discovery Project . It is a cooperation between six partners with different competencies, among which the French ITEM, Italian ILIESI and the Wittgenstein Archives in Bergen, and it is funded by the EU (2006-2009). It is headed towards classical academic ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Projects / New
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Introduction

by: Wybo Wiersma

The growth of the web has been rather invisible for philosophy so far, and while quite some philosophizing has been done about what the web could mean for the human condition, not much has yet been said about what it could mean for philosophy itself. An exception is some early enthusiasm for ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Introduction
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Links: A Diversity of dynamic Links

by: Wybo Wiersma

Links are not just for references, but they are used inside LogiLogi too. As noted, they can refer to logis and to versions of logis, but by default they refer to tags. Where tags are like index-words, given to a logi by its author. Logis can be tagged with one or more tags. And multiple logis can ...read on

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Pre-web projects: Memex, OnLine,...

by: Wybo Wiersma

In our examination we will only be looking at systems that actually were/are trying to facilitate philosophizing in a collaborative, networked environment. We will thus not look at systems that are only for personal note-taking, or that do not allow for multi-user collaboration on their output, ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Projects / Pre Web
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Perils: Complexity and Network E...

by: Wybo Wiersma

Now we will analyse the dangers that previous systems have faced. The first kind are those that disturb or prematurely end the development of the application. This assumes that the development is initiated at all, which it didn't in case of the Memex -project. If work does begin, there is the risk ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Projects / Perils
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Live websites: Forums, Wikis, Ev...

by: Wybo Wiersma

The systems discussed here are all more or less successful on the web, but for other uses than philosophizing at any depth. The first are newsgroups, mailing-lists and forums, which all do the same, albeit with different underlying technologies. They have an opening-post posing a question or ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Projects / Live
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Beyond Because: Digitized Journa...

by: Wybo Wiersma

Now for some analysis; To reiterate first of all the web is a new medium. Current academic web-systems are like the proverbial horseless carriages. They mainly focus on digitally recording and transmitting the classical forms of the book, the journal, and the article, often in addition to printed ...read on

tags: Logi Logi / Beyond Paper / Web / Because
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Beyond LogiLogi: Between the Wid...

by: Wybo Wiersma

While LogiLogi is tailored to Entity Oriented Philosophy, and LogiLogi looks like a perfect match for it and the web, there are good reasons to think beyond the platform. First of all LogiLogi is still very experimental, and in many ways nothing more than a mere attempt at building something ...read on

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