The Myth of Originality

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Monk, John;
  • Publisher: Department of Telematics, in conjunction with Metamorphosis, Centre for Writing and Performance Research

The myths about originality sustain a set of practices within\ud our economic systems. Originality is treated as a token of worth but it is rooted in our uncertainty about causes. Our uncertainties may ultimately be fostered by a non-deterministic world, a failure of hu... View more
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