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"著作者"/"盗版者":全球思想商业视阈中的文学理论
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  • [3] For a more comprehensive treatment of the dilemma posed by the collective forms of production characteristic of traditional cultures,see Jaszi and Woodmansee,"Beyond Authorship" and "The Ethical Reaches of Authorship.".
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  • [23] My discussion is indebted to Peter Jaszi's examination of Rogers v.Koons in "On the Author Effect"(41-48).
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