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Le mardi 13 septembre 2005 Ã 20:45 +0100, Stevan Harnad a Ã©crit :
> The following posting from Jean-Claude Guedon was not received, so I am
> fowarding it to the list. I shall not be responding to any more of
> Jean-Claude's messages as they have become too ad hominem and intemperate.
> Stevan Harnad
Hmmmm... Interesting reaction : when the policy discussion becomes too
difficult... :-) 'nuff said!!!
One general summary ineluctably emerges from this long discussion: the
issue of mandating subsidized journals remains very much alive and
deserves more thinking and strategizing, SH's attempts at dismissal
Any data, figure, examples from whatever country would be most welcome
and I hope some of you will send this information to me
(jean.claude.guedon_at_umontreal.ca). I will summarize and share, of
The best way to approach this issue is to ask: which proportion of the
scholarly journals in your country are *not* subsidized directly or
indirectly (direct = cash; indirect = access to space, equipment and
working force) by public funds.
Many thanks to those who will accept to send in this information.
Dr. Jean-Claude GuÃ©don
Dept. of Comparative Literature
University of Montreal
PO Box 6128, Downtown Branch
Montreal, QC H3C 3J7
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