Volume 63, Number 3, Winter 2015

Table of Contents

Exploring Philosophies of Information

Issue Editor: Ken Herold

Introduction: Composing Information

pp. 315-316
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An Illustrated Introduction to the Infosphere

pp. 317-361
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Information Science Is Neither

pp. 362-377
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Practical and Philosophical Considerations for Defining Information as Well-formed, Meaningful Data in the Information Sciences

pp. 378-400
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What Is Disinformation?

pp. 401-426
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Toward a Political Philosophy of Information

pp. 427-447
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A New Perspective on Instantiation

pp. 448-463
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Synoptic Reference: Introducing a Polymathic Approach to Reference Services

pp. 464-486
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FRBR, Information, and Intertextuality

pp. 487-511
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The Fallacy of the Cognitive Free Fall in Communication Metaphor: A Semiotic Analysis

pp. 512-527
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A Sign on a Tree: A Case for “Public Knowledge”

pp. 528-539
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Distilling Abstractions: Genre Redefining Essence versus Context

pp. 540-554
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Parallax Ontology and the Philosophy of Information

pp. 555-573
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Contribution to the Ontological Status of Information: Development of the Structural-Attributive Approach

pp. 574-590
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A Pluralistic Approach to the Philosophy of Classification

pp. 591-614
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Literacies, Hermeneutics, and Literature

pp. 615-628
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