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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I gave reading it a try recently and had a hard time staying interested, personally. I've put up a temporary download link here for anybody who doesn't want to deal with academia.edu. First time doing that so let me know if works fine.

There are a handful of other texts by Springer available here: http://aaaaarg.fail/maker/53109593334fe0726920bcfe

We can coordinate getting them to whoever needs them, if people want to read any.

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Malle_Yeno wrote

This is probably a stupid question, but how do I get files from your second link (the aaaaarg.fail one)? I see a few other works that I think a friend might be interested in.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

It isn't a stupid question!

There's loads of stuff on aaaaarg, which is an invite-only community. As things stand, u/tnstaec has offered here to forward invites. You'll probably want to PM them with a safe email address for an invite. They aren't online all that often but it should work out?

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leftous wrote

Actually looks like the academia.edu doesn't have the full text available for free. =_=

Your riseup link also seems to be down

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I've tried it on Tor and with a VPN and both seem to work fine, I'm not sure why it isn't working for you. But maybe I have no idea what I'm doing. Hm.

Clicking the link should send you to a green-backgrounded page with bird silhouettes and the word "Downloading" after a couple words pass, there should be a button at the bottom left saying "Download" that you can click.

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leftous wrote

My bad, I block scripts by default and it required a script to load. It works now that I allowed it. Thanks!