This last Thursday I held a little workshop to tell our graduate students about LaTeX. Since LaTeX is fairly commonly used by philosophers, I thought they should at least know what it’s all about. I made a presentation (the handout version contains additional info). I didn’t have time to provide a list of documents/sites to check out or detailed instructions (and wouldn’t really know how to do that, as e.g., I haven’t installed TeX on a Windows machine in at least a decade, and never on a Mac). We did play around with a few packages and experiment with BibTeX as a group. Nice that WriteLaTeX lets you do that without even signing up for a free account!
PDFs of the presentation are attached to this post if you want to have a look, and the source code is on my GitHub. I unlicense’d it, so feel free to use it for your own workshops on LaTeX for Philosophers (or other non-techy acedemics). Suggestions for additions, requests for changes, typos, etc.: comment and/or file an issue on GitHub.
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