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The Object of the Social Function

by: Kalle Van Der Wal

The question I want to raise here is this: for what entities can social phenomena be functional? In biology or physiology these matters are relatively clear. Traits can be functional for species – of course there are huge debates in biology over what a species is, but the criteri...read on

tags: Functionalism
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by: Justin William Zijlstra

Interests: Usable philosophy Western, Taoist, Buddhist doing philosophy, introspection/meditation and qualitative psychology, foundations of numbers Philosophy and computer science "Taking radicals as the probable measure of things.." Sophisms (per step (I think this is plebeyan)) At the third ...read on

tags: Justin William Zijlstra / User
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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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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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Free Software on the Brave New Web

by: Wybo Wiersma

Much software moves to the web (software as a service, as a remotely ran web-application). The web is good as it makes many things possible that are not possible on the desktop. Still we think there should be Freedom on the Web. The GPL, whether version 2 or 3 only grants Freedoms when one runs the ...read on

tags: Web / Free Software
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Homepages of users

by: Wybo Wiersma

All users on LogiLogi have a small blog-like homepage under users/Their_Name and Their_Name/User. There you can see your most recent logis, see your and others stats, and describe yourself....read on

tags: User
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Home of the General peergroup

by: Admin User

This is the homepage of the General peergroup. The General peergroup is the peergroup, point of view, and more fully described; the rating community that regular visitors of LogiLogi will see. It also is the only peergroup in which anonymous users and people who have not written any logi's or have ...read on

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Kalle Van Der Wal's personal page

by: Kalle Van Der Wal

This is the personal homepage of Kalle Van Der Wal...read on

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