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  1. Feb 2021
    1. According to the historian Robert Darnton, this led to a very particular structuring of knowledge: commonplace users "broke texts into fragments and assembled them into new patterns by transcribing them in different sections of their notebook." It was a mixture of fragmented order and disorder that anticipated a particular form of scientific investigation and organisation of information.

      Might be an interesting source to read.

      Also feels in form a bit like the combinatorial method of Raymond Llull, but without as much mixing.

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  5. Jan 2020
    1. 0:11 / 12:00LiveScroll for details M2 Research Categorization

      :30 categorization, def. action or process of placing into classes or groups; a system of classes into which something is sorted.

  6. Mar 2018