Copyright

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Copyright works like a sword with two-edges. Copyright helps to assure the rights of the author and publisher on the books. It protects the commercial interests of the author and the publisher and helps to get decent revenue by publishing books. … Read More

Pragmatism

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Pragmatism is an American philosophical school. According to the founder of pragmatism, Charles Sanders Peirce, the meaning of an expression lies in its practical consequences. Peirce proposed the use of the word pragmaticism to distinguish his approach from non-philosophical uses … Read More

Word processing

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Word processing software allows you to use a computer to draft, correct and print written documents such as letters, press articles, invoices, contracts or advertisements. Word processing is one of the most popular applications. In its simplest form, a program … Read More

Short online advertising history

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Simply put, online advertising is advertising on the Internet. Online advertising encompasses advertisements on search engine results pages, advertisements placed in e-mails, and other ways in which advertisers use the Internet. However, this chapter focuses on display advertising or rich-media … Read More

Stoicism

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Stoicism is a school of Hellenistic philosophy founded by Zeno of Kition at the end of the 4th century BC in Athens. Stoicism is a philosophy of personal ethics influenced by its logical system and views of the natural world. … Read More

Book binding

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(A 16th-century traditional binding workshop in the West (engraving by Jost Amman, 1568).) Book binding is the production operation of the book taking place just after the printing work. It covers all the steps from assembling the pages or notebooks … Read More

Art forgery

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A fake is an imitation of an original work of art, which is not presented as a copy, or an original work of which an attempt is made to attribute authorship to an artist who is not the author, and … Read More

Token-identity theory- Anomalous monism

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The anomalous monism is a position of the philosophy of mind developed by Donald Davidson (1917 to 2003). On the one hand, it claims that every single mental event is identical to a single physical event. Second, the anomalous monism explains that types of mental events are not identical to types of physical … Read More

Self-publishing book

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Printing and digital technology have given broader access to knowledge. Earlier it was difficult to print and sell books without the help of traditional publishing houses. Major publishing houses are more selective in accepting the works for publication. It shrinks the … Read More

Phenomenalism

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Phenomenalism is a philosophical theory or belief concerning perception, knowledge, and physical reality. For the phenomenalist, there is no other reality than that of phenomena and everything that exists exists as a phenomenon. Contrary to idealism, with which it is … Read More

Desktop publishing

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Desktop publishing, commonly abbreviated DTP, involves preparing documents for printing using a computer instead of the historical processes of typography and photocomposition. Desktop publishing is done using specialized software, called page layout software or desktop publishing software, similar to regular … Read More

Freedom of speech

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Freedom of speech is the right recognized for the individual to make known the product of his own intellectual activity to those around him. It comes from the ability to communicate between humans. This has long been considered as a … Read More

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