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Humanist Archives: May 4, 2023, 7 a.m. Humanist 36.568 - pubs: Interdiscipliary Science Reviews 48.1; RIDE 17

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    [1]    From: Willard McCarty <>
           Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 48.1 (58)

    [2]    From: Frederike Neuber <>
           Subject: RIDE 17 (pt. 1) is out: Digital Editions and FAIR principles (46)

        Date: 2023-05-03 13:50:28+00:00
        From: Willard McCarty <>
        Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 48.1

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 48.1
March 2023

Willard McCarty


Thomas Charles Buckland McLeish, 1 May 1962–27 February 2023
Philip Ball


The two kinds of artificial intelligence, or how not to confuse objects
and subjects | Open Access
Alan F. Blackwell


What AI researchers read: the role of literature in artificial
intelligence research | Open Access
Sarah Dillon & Jennifer Schaffer-Goddard

From brainwaves and ripples to Helen of Troy and Orlan: the depiction
and significance of salience
Geoffrey Schott

Stuart Kauffman’s metaphysics of the adjacent possible: a critique
Ragnar van der Merwe

Theory assessment and reality in Boltzmann’s epistemological thinking
Marcelo B. Ribeiro & Antonio A. P. Videira

From researching to making futures: a design mindset for
transdisciplinary collaboration
G. Mauricio Mejía, Danah Henriksen, Yumeng Xie, Alex García-Topete,
Roger F. Malina & Kendon Jung

Daring to disentangle: towards a framework for art-science-technology
collaborations | Open Access
Zeynep Birsel, Lenia Marques & Ellen Loots

Musical preferences correlate architectural tastes: preference
correlations between architectural material features and musical instruments
Seyed Farhad Tayyebi & Y. Demir

Book Review

Same and Different: How Models Contribute to Knowing. A review of Modelwork
Jonah Lynch

Willard McCarty,
Professor emeritus, King's College London;
Editor, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews;  Humanist

        Date: 2023-05-03 10:52:27+00:00
        From: Frederike Neuber <>
        Subject: RIDE 17 (pt. 1) is out: Digital Editions and FAIR principles

Dear colleagues,

on behalf of the editorial team - Tessa Gengnagel (CCeH / AWK NRW), Daniela
Schulz (HAB) and Frederike Neuber (BBAW) - I am pleased to inform you that
today the first part of the second joint RIDE volume of Text+ and the
Institut für Dokumentologie und Editorik e.V. (IDE) was published. RIDE 17
is published in rolling release:

Currently, two contributions in German have been published, with three more
to follow in the coming months:

   - Die Tagebücher von Andreas Okopenko (1949–1954)
   <> von Kerstin Manninger
   (DOI: 10.18716/ride.a.17.1)
   - Friedrich Dürrenmatts Stoffe-Projekt als digitale Edition
   <> von Nadine Sutor
   (DOI: 10.18716/ride.a.17.2)

In RIDE 17, as in the previous volume, reviews are evaluated with
particular focus on the application of the FAIR principles (see Volume 16: More informations on the RIDE
issues with the FAIR focus can be found in the editorial of issue 16:

Best regards,
Frederike Neuber


Dr. Frederike Neuber

Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
TELOTA - Koordination Digital Humanities (
Jean Paul-Briefedition (

Jägerstraße 22/23, 10117 Berlin, Raum 458
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