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Handel mit Uni-Arbeiten von Mario Bruderer

Gibt es eigentlich schon einen richtigen Handel mit Seminar-, Liz-, und Doktorarbeiten? Man könnte das ganze ähnlich aufbauen wie ricardo oder ebay.

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kritiker ( 7. Juli 2008)
was ist sinn und zweck davon? plagiate? eigene bibliothek? (alle arbeiten sind ja an der uni oder in zh in der zentralbibliothek frei verfügbar...)

Ihr Name (11. Juli 2008)
@kritiker Nein, meine Arbeiten sind beispielsweise sicher nicht alle verfügbar. Ja, der Sinn dahinter geht wohl schon in Richtung Plagiate. Aber was solls? Man muss es ja nicht allzu plump machen.

kritiker (13. Juli 2008)
mit den heutigen programmen werden arbeiten mittels volltext suche und einer riesen datenbank abgeglichen. das risiko ist zu gross für das. allenfalls könnte man bei kleineren arbeiten (seminararbeiten etc.) was rausholen. ich denke jedoch, dass dies für den studi schlecht ist, da er genau mittels dieser kleinen arbeiten das handwerk lernt.

Ihr Name (30. Oktober 2008)
Welches Handwerk?

geri ( 4. November 2008)
"handwerk" ist wohl eher als überbegriff gemeint, denke ich. geht wohl um eher wissenschaftliche methoden.

Ihr Name ( 5. November 2008)
Das ist mir schon klar. Aber bei vielen Studien und Professoren lernt man gar nichts!

Saimon (11. Oktober 2015)
by some, that the last person to know enthyerivg was da Vinci and yet I think it's clear it goes back much further than this. I would contend because of the nature of our species, as to being what we are, defines by being able to learn and discover, that ever since there was more than one of us that there were things not known by all. In part we remedied this by being able to preserve our knowledge and thoughts for posterity, first in verbal fashion by way of tradition, legend and myth and later through writing extended now by electronic means. However, what was called the dark ages, was not so much a result of us loosing the ability to preserve and pass on what was known, yet rather us no longer believing, as to care, what we had learned being critical to maintain us finding as both useful and enlightening to learn more. This is what I find as the most important reason for maintaining we be defined as to what we are from a standpoint of quality. So for me it is this aspect of craftsmanship I identify most strongly with, as to fear it ever being lost again.Best,Phil

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I had the priviledge of <a href="http://cpcsauc.com">linnitesg</a> to Matt Ridley talk about the importance of trade in technology. No single person these days knows how to make all of anything...he gave the example of a computer mouse. We depend on, as he puts it, ideas in the ideasphere having sex with each other, and trading my mined graphite for your blue ink to eventually, upon many further trades, create pencils and paper for everyone.If we stopped trading, we, like the folks in the commercial, would devolve to a much earlier "technology"...that we could make ourselves.

Rafaela (12. Oktober 2015)
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