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–Universitas, Budapest. Hankiss Elemér–Manchin Róbert–Füstös László–Szakolczai Árpád (1983): Continuity and Break: The Analysis of the Value System of Hungarian Society 1930–1978 . MTA Szociológiai Intézet, Budapest

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Authors: Eleni Fragkiadaki, Georgios Evangelidis, Nikolaos Samaras, and Dimitris A. Dervos

the contribution of each author's scientific work. We suggest a new indicator for measuring the importance of a research article, the f-value. We produce a ranking of the publications included in the CiteSeer bibliographic database (Citeseer

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This article sets out to interrogate the notion of literary value by placing it within a broader discussion of literature’s relation to truth. It asks, in other words, if it is possible to evince the value of literature by assuming that literature is a carrier of certain truths. Institutions have in turn been called upon or even created to evaluate and demonstrate its value according to a series of criteria often based on the investigation of the relation author-work-audience. I argue that the dynamicity of literary values, their development and changeability, is related to the priority that one of the terms of the relation author-work-audience has enjoyed over the others at different historical times. I also argue that the emphasis on the link between literary values and strong truths (demonstrable truths) has produced disabling dichotomies and, perhaps more importantly, violated the nature of literature in relation to experience — phenomenological, ontological, metaphysical or aesthetic experience. This article introduces an alternative approach to literary value predicated not so much on strong truth as on weak truth. In this context reference will be made to the work of the Italian philosophers Mario Perniola and Gianni Vattimo.

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Camacho, C. J., Higgins, E. T. and Luger, L. (2003): Moral value transfer from regulatory fit: "What feels right is right" and "what feels wrong is wrong". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 84, 498-510. Moral

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Baudisch, A. (2006): A socially-conditioned desire for product variety and it’s industrial dynamics. The emergence of the Global Value Chain for the US Footwear industry . DRUID/DIME Winter Conference, Denmark. January

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. Cheung , P.C.K. ( 2008 ): Nutritional value and health benefits of mushrooms . -in: Cheung , P.C.K. (Ed.) Mushrooms as functional foods . John Wiley and Sons Inc. , Hoboken, New Jersey, USA , pp. 71 – 110

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Goberna, M. A., Lopez, M. A. and Todorov, M. I. , On the stability of closed-convex-valued mappings and the associated boundaries, J. Math. Anal. Appl. , 306 (2005), 502–515. MR 2006b :90083

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Armitage, D. H. and Goldstein, M. , The volume mean-value property of harmonic functions, Complex Variables Theory Appl. , 13 (1990), no. 3–4, 185–193. MR 91a :31004

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2001 Babin, B. J. — Attaway, J. S. (2000): Atmospheric Affect as a Tool for Creating Value and Gaining Share of Customer. Journal of Business

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Adam, T. R. — Fernando, C. S. (2003): Hedging, Speculation and Shareholder Value. EFA 2003 Annual Conference Paper , No. 270. Haushalter, G. D. — Heron, R. A. — Lie, E. (2002

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