Open Access Archivangelist: The Last Interview?

Amsciforum 2016-07-13


OPEN ACCESS ARCHIVANGELIST: THE LAST INTERVIEW? Our special guest today is Stevan Harnad, a prominent figure in the Open Access movement. Author of  the famous 'Subversive Proposal', founder of 'Psycoloquy' and the Journal Behavioral and Brain Sciences, creator and administrator of AmSciForum, one of the main coordinators of CogPrints initiative – the list could be stretched far beyond that – he doesn't really need introduction for anyone not wholly a stranger to the story of the  Open Access movement. A cognitive scientist specialising in categorization, communication and consciousness, Harnad is Professor of cognitive sciences at the Université du Québec à Montréal and University of Southampton, external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and doctor honoris causa, University of Liège. But even his polemics with John Searle about the Chinese Room didn't become as famous and influential as his Open Access advocacy.


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Date tagged:

07/13/2016, 13:22

Date published:

07/13/2016, 15:00