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comparison of a particular text with related materials in order to establish authenticity

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One would also expect that as more work is carried out in New Indo-Aryan textual studies in general, our understanding of the particularities of the textual criticism of the AG will continue to evolve.
It was, however, in textual criticism, and in his projection of the linguistic usage of the Marcan author as a valuable tool in eliminating false readings in the text of the New Testament, that he forged a new method, aided by his wide knowledge of the Greek, and especially Latin, manuscripts.
For the third volume of his collected writings, Tov has revised and updated 33 essays on the textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible, Qumran, and the Septuagint originally published between 2008 and 2014.
o The essays demonstrate a range of approaches, such as textual criticism, cultural context, historicism, and visual culture, for studying the writing of Chaucer and other writers of the period, including John Gower, Ranulph Higden, and Thomas Hoccleve.
There are also a surprising number of typing errors in a book devoted to textual criticism.
The essays in this volume eschew the theoretical ferment in contemporary Shakespeare criticism - feminism, new historicism, psychoanalysis - in an effort to reinvigorate three types of traditional literary analysis: source, myth and textual criticism.
Waltke states that Brotzman when preparing his manuscript did not have available Emanuel Tov's Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992).
textual criticism, and about the need to apply the established principles of the latter science in the pursuit of the original text.
Codex Schoyen 2650: A Middle Egyptian Coptic Witness to the Early Greek Text of Matthew's Gospel: A Study in Translation Theory, Indigenous Coptic, and New Testament Textual Criticism
They look at the history of scholarship on him, the transmission of the text, textual criticism and editing, the tradition of Greek and Roman poetry he wrote within, his major themes and poetic technique, and the reception of his poetry.
Yet humanists' classical scholarship and textual criticism would ultimately threaten papal prerogatives by subverting official assumptions about the cosmos, ecclesiastical history, and the stability and reliability of sacred texts.
Matters such as the criteria of authenticity and the practice of textual criticism were clearly either not of major concern or particularly developed; rhetorical techniques of refutation and confirmation were paramount, and what ultimately counted in Christian circles was conformity with true doctrine.
I regard the resolution of these problems to be of the utmost importance for the fields of textual history and textual criticism.
Scholars of Indian history and culture explore Indic manuscript culture from the perspectives of collections, codicology (from orality to print), palaeography, textual criticism, and cultural studies.
The proposed digital edition of Alfieri 13, will be of a fundamental relevance for various fields, and especially: 1) Digital Humanities: it will provide digital textual criticism with an effective model, exploitable for other manuscripts and authors; 2) methodology: it will serve as a bridge between filologia d~autore and critique gntique; 3) literature and culture of the 18th: it will lay the foundations for a reliable edition of Alfieri~s Vita and Rime.