[Taxacom] Thesis and new species
Paul van Rijckevorsel
dipteryx at freeler.nl
Wed Nov 13 04:40:32 CST 2013
From: "Francisco Welter-Schultes" <fwelter at gwdg.de>
Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 4:08 PM
> "Obtainable" does probably not mean that after having obtained
> it you must have the legal right to possess it. You can order a copy
> in a public library, or a public interlibrary loan system, and then
> obtain and read it, and afterwards return it. The idea behind the
> Article was probably not that people should personally possess
> something, but that people have access to information.
Not that I have anything against libraries, but this is not right.
"To obtain = To succeed in gaining possession of as the result of
planning or endeavor; acquire."
The library scenario would include print-on-demand books,
or things existing in very few copies. And that very much is
not the intent.
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