Translation – feedback
March 28, 2007 by ruediger

The initial essay of this blog on Translation (and the decrease in translations globally) found a nice and critical echo from imomus who – from his perspective: correctly – pointed to the fact that those statistics that illustrate the paramount predominance of English just mirror a classical network and hypernode scheme (one hub – English […]

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What are you reading!
by ruediger

Myself? At the Salon du Livre,I picked up a rather exotic reader (of ‘editions errance’) “La culture est-elle naturelle?” (“Is Culture Natural?”), reflecting about recent research in early (paleolithic and neolithic) human culture. I was puzzled that Actes Sud who obviously acquired or distributes that series considered it useful to carry 3 copies of such […]

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It’s a book fair. But most people line up – for someone drawing and painting often entire pages, in ink and bright colour! Getting back from Paris and the Salon du Livre, happy to have survived aisles jammed by endless cohorts of youth lining up for their favorite comic book stars, I still have a […]

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