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How to Deal with Scholarly Forgetting in the History of the Humanities: Starting Points for Discussion

Han Lamers, Toon Van Hal, Sebastiaan G. Clercx
2020 History of Humanities  
How can one explain the fact that knowledge, at some point circulating in the scholarship, eventually sinks into oblivion and, in some cases, even escapes the attention of the historian of scholarship?  ...  History of Humanities, resulted.  ...  The terms "technologies" and "regimes of forgetting" have sometimes been used outside the history of knowledge and scholarship strictly speaking in order to focalize institutionally and especially state-enforced  ... 
doi:10.1086/707690 fatcat:wvtf6x2vt5cllmmqt7svf666vy

Exploration: Ways and Functions of Oblivion [chapter]

2021 Oblivionism  
This is an open access chapter distributed under the terms of the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license.  ...  Oblivion is normatively enforced -by the state -by way of preventing communication.  ...  Concerning time-based ideal types, precisely in view of the modernising shift of emphasis, e. g. from value-rational to instrumentally rational behaviour, an oblivion process may be diagnosed, which first  ... 
doi:10.30965/9783846765739_002 fatcat:f24t2odhifgynpvonbnjwp7uki

The Right to be Forgotten: Emerging Legal Issues

Oksana Vasylivna Kiriiak
2021 Review of European and Comparative Law  
supports the arguments that the process of mastering the protection of right to be forgotten requires a further mindset shift equally for-Internet providers and all involved law enforcers.  ...  This paper contextualizes and analyzes the main emerging approaches to the understanding of the right to be forgotten and its application in praxis, using legislation and judicial practice of the European  ...  This reasoning also does not lack rationality for the following reasons.  ... 
doi:10.31743/recl.12432 fatcat:gd77x5olebgg5ipgotic5sm5zq

Application: Oblivionism in the Sciences [chapter]

2021 Oblivionism  
This is an open access chapter distributed under the terms of the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license.  ...  Thus, this is an exogenously-induced kind of forgetfulness due to more or less enforced cooperation with other fields of society.  ...  Much suggests that the structural conditions enforce maintaining a "clean conscience" of objective science so that the status of primus inter pares is not endangered.  ... 
doi:10.30965/9783846765739_004 fatcat:wqywddwouvbrhhjgjx7eatvzm4

The work of the digital undead: digital capitalism and the suspension of communicative death

Nikolaus Lehner
2019 Continuum. Journal of Media and Cultural Studies  
and continuity, but also in relation to the question of creativity and the social value of oblivion.  ...  They seem to establish ways to suspend death by digital means as they perpetuate some communicative aspects of the deceased individual.  ...  Computational processes enforce a phenomenon I suggest to call algorithmic undeath.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10304312.2019.1627289 fatcat:tsjpjhndn5hfvcvycfaxwix5gi

Exploring Accounting Fraud In The Subsidiary Environment

Carmelita Troy, Madeline Ann Domino, Steven P. Landry
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>We sample companies for which the SEC has documented accounting fraud in their enforcement releases.  ...  <span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>While a growing body of literature exists on accounting fraud, minimal work has focused on the role of the subsidiary in accounting fraud, as reported by  ...  Table 3 Two-digit SIC Industry classification by the SEC between January 1998 and October 2005 of 39 firms with subsidiary subject to enforcement actions DISCUSSION As previously mentioned, institutional  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v7i1.2244 fatcat:a5nut4jj2najpbfhtc34664sim

Privacy Intelligence: A Survey on Image Privacy in Online Social Networks [article]

Chi Liu, Tianqing Zhu, Jun Zhang, Wanlei Zhou
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The framework consists of three stages with different principles of privacy by design.  ...  Image sharing on online social networks (OSNs) has become an indispensable part of daily social activities, but it has also led to an increased risk of privacy invasion.  ...  [215] designed a set of protocols based on game theory to encourage users who received information from an individual to rationally help the individual enforce his/her oblivion policy.  ... 
arXiv:2008.12199v2 fatcat:vxv6rsnyavesjiw2bbnc4jzsiy

Investigating Crime against Women - Can Forensic Scientists Bridge the Gap?

Adarsh Kumar
2016 Forensic Legal & Investigative Sciences  
Most of us start our day with the morning newspaper.  ...  Both these laws operate simultaneously with blurring of boundaries.  ...  Digital evidence includes information on computers, audio files, video recordings and digital images.  ... 
doi:10.24966/flis-733x/100011 fatcat:rst5sqwd5rf7fmkd4vobzp3jbm

Web of life. Intersecting Metaphor and Pattern

Maria Lucília Marcos
2017 Revue Française des Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication  
to “this form of oblivion of the elementary recognition” (Honneth, 2008).  ...  inquiry, experimentation and evaluation of the potential, expectations and impact of digital networks.  ... 
doi:10.4000/rfsic.2835 fatcat:h3pyd7mu6jemlg2djz42m7b7ga

Search Engines and the Right to Be Forgotten: Squaring the Remedy with Canadian Values on Personal Information Flow

Andrea Slane
2017 Social Science Research Network  
rights to obscurity or erasure, several scholars have cited the longer-standing continental European tradition of a 'right to oblivion,' which is a strongly enforced version of a 'clean slate' policy  ...  of these past wrongs. 94 However, the right to oblivion is not a right to complete erasure.  ...  The right to be forgotten is an opportunity to bring that legacy to bear on digital technology in our current information environment, now and going forward.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3028072 fatcat:pq67wa5gbrajpassoggoxaww3q

The Environment at Play

Dennis Jansen
2019 Press Start  
Weaving together insights about spatiality in digital games from (ecocritical and postcolonial) game studies, as well as performance studies, the paper problematizes some of the most basic elements of  ...  digital games in general: navigation and movement.  ...  To Andrea Di Pastena, for his critical and supportive proofreading of the first draft. To Stephan van Es, for graciously and swiftly providing the in-game screenshots at the last minute.  ... 
doaj:3856df6bc06645608f55fbebdc15902e fatcat:yob7hs2u35bd3ands2mjtrkuaq


Gian Carla Agbisit, Department of Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
2021 Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy  
KRITIKE and the Department of Philosophy of the University of Santo Tomas do not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the articles published.  ...  The copyright of an article published by the journal remains with its author; users are required to acknowledge the original authorship.  ...  coercion (see for instance the enforcement of a judgement or an administrative act).  ... 
doi:10.25138/15.2.cp fatcat:7orjmagl7rdozhop24azcngawi

Narratives about privacy and forgetting in English law

Patrick O'Callaghan, Sylvia de Mars
2016 International review of law computers & technology  
This paper examines narratives about the right of privacy in the UK.  ...  For one, the DPA 1998 appears to add a distinct remedy with the word 'destroy', which brings to mind a 'right to oblivion' in a way that none of the Directive's original remedies do.  ...  Justifications for Forgetting in the Digital Age This point becomes clearer when we reflect on some of the challenges faced by 'digital natives', those who cannot remember a pre-digital society. 64 Stories  ... 
doi:10.1080/13600869.2015.1125163 fatcat:iehekjscqvae5f544wfgdzebsq

Dr. Cunningham and his Critics

W. Cunningham
1894 Economic Journal  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact  ...  It is something to have hit by anticipation on a compromise between them, especially as I can show that there is a rational justification for the course I have adopted.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2955739 fatcat:rxcas5rdb5dzxpkfszepchcix4

Risk Culture during the Last 2000 Years—From an Aleatory Society to the Illusion of Risk Control

Udo Milkau
2017 International Journal of Financial Studies  
Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ...  Acknowledgments: The author thanks two unknown reviewers and Ritva Tikkanen, University of Gießen, for valuable comments and discussion.  ...  Protagonists of a digital "Code is Law" would point out that such a smart contract could automatically enforce all future actions, like payments or, in case of a default, a restitution of the traded object  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijfs5040031 fatcat:geo4wryouveu3pp2q4ywazv3iu
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