The Dewey Decimal Classification System, popularly known as DC or DDC, was created by Melvil Dewey more than a century ago. Since then it has gone through constant changes and has grown from a 44 page booklet to four volumes. But its basic plan, notation and desire to serve librarianship has remained stable.[General] 057 Graziano, Eugene E. Philosophy of Hegel as basis for the Dewey Decimal Classification Schedule. ... for use: the 1 6th edition of the Dewey Decimal Classification. New Jersey Library Association Newsletter. May 1955. 21 -23.
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