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Date: Thu,  4 Dec 2008 05:57:13 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: [Humanist] 22.368 new publication: Interdisciplinary Science

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 22, No. 368.
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        Date: Thu, 04 Dec 2008 05:47:30 +0000
        From: Willard McCarty <>
        Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 33.3 (September 2008)

[Although this issue of ISR -- my first as the new Editor of this 
journal -- has only a small bit to do with the digital humanities 
directly, ISR's new direction has everything to do with the kind of 
intellectual world that underpins our field, or so I would 
unsurprisingly argue :-). My inaugural editorial (item 1, below) 
explaining how I think that is so is provided on ISR's editorial 
website, --WM]

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 33.3 (September 2008)

ISR Editorial
McCarty, Willard
pp. 185-188(4)

ISR Guest Editorial Philosophy and engineering
McCarthy, Natasha
pp. 189-201(13)

Philosophical underpinning for systems thinking
Dias, W.P.S.
pp. 202-213(12)

Systems and scenarios for a philosophy of engineering
Farber, Darryl; Pietrucha, Martin T.; Lakhtakia, Akhlesh
pp. 214-225(12)

Engineering professional ethics in a broader dimension
Durbin, Paul T.
pp. 226-233(8)

The intertwining of ethics and methodology in science and engineering: a 
virtue-ethical approach
Consoli, Luca
pp. 234-243(10)

Vagueness and software engineering
Fahmi, Marco
pp. 244-253(10)

Towards an 'engineered epistemology'?
Doridot, Fernand
pp. 254-262(9)

Willard McCarty, Professor of Humanities Computing,
King's College London,;
Editor, Humanist,;
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews,

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