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-I recently started reading Ronald Day's //The Modern Invention of Information:​ Discourse, History, and Power//. I'm putting aside for a moment some of the interesting critiques Day has regarding Briet and Latour in order to note something he says about Briet'​s work and to connect that with Merton'​s ​norms ((/blog/​2013/​09/​19/​reading-robert-k-merton-normative-structure/)).+I recently started reading Ronald Day's //The Modern Invention of Information:​ Discourse, History, and Power//. I'm putting aside for a moment some of the interesting critiques Day has regarding Briet and Latour in order to note something he says about Briet'​s work and to connect that with Merton'​s ​[[blog:reading-robert-k-merton-normative-structure|norms]].
  
 > Though Briet'​s phrase is ambiguous, Briet'​s work as a whole argues that science as a cultural paradigm forced into existence the institution of documentation as well as its techniques of organizing documents.... In fact, as we will see for Briet, documentation must work together with science in order to co-produce the future"​ (Day, 2001, p. 28). > Though Briet'​s phrase is ambiguous, Briet'​s work as a whole argues that science as a cultural paradigm forced into existence the institution of documentation as well as its techniques of organizing documents.... In fact, as we will see for Briet, documentation must work together with science in order to co-produce the future"​ (Day, 2001, p. 28).
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