Reading your letter again, I believe that the book by Bardini will be the most worthwhile for your purpose.
> I'm in an information science graduate program. I have potential
> support from faculty (if I can come up with an adequate description)
> for a readings seminar to discuss the philosophical and theoretical
> issues associated with Engelbart's ideas on augmentation.
> Where I need help is with possible readings for the class. We will
> want both Engelbart's own writing as well as writing that he drew upon
> in forming his ideas and writing that has drawn upon and expanded his
> ideas (whether they acknowledge him or not).
> The class would be targeted at students with some exposure (perhaps to
> "Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework") beyond "he
> invented the mouse" but nothing too deep with a goal of creating a
> high resolution context for the fundamental ideas.
> I can provide more detail on things if desired, but at this point I
> think it might be more fulfilling to see where this takes us.
> Thanks for your input.
> Chris Dent <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.burningchrome.com/~cdent/
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