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the humanistic study of language and literature

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The proceedings appear in two volumes, this first containing philological and historical studies.
From this basic premise, the book's core descriptive and analytical focus is brought to bear on performance through the lens of five key characteristics of philological method that consider both written and performance texts to be artefactual (that is, they are not just material but also made), interpretable, intertextual, contextual, and historical.
To the suggestion that there existed a philological "school" in Istanbul prompted by Spitzer, Apter's adds that Auerbach could "edit a Romanology seminar publication .
feeling, seeing or interpreting) green suggests that the approach is of a textual and/or philological nature.
The plane is named in honour of Sergey Ozhegov, a Russian linguist, lexicographer, Doctor of Philological Sciences and the author of the Russian Language Dictionary.
An extensive philosophical and philological glossary of Lockean concepts is provided, along with a note on consciousness and conscience in Spinoza's Ethics.
The intricate connections between Caro's philological work and his key political role in Colombia's Regeneracion provide the focus of Jose Maria Rodriguez Garcia's The City of Translation.
In 1615, the Huguenot scholar, Isaac Casaubon, presented a sophisticated philological argument denying the pre-Christian origin of the Corpus Hermeticum, as part of his much larger anti-Catholic polemic.
The exchange programme is for the academic staff and students of agricultural sciences, economics, languages and philological sciences, education, theology, mathematics, physics, chemistry and tourism & hotel management.
What is unique about this Eerdmans Critical Commentary, according to the author, is the exegesis of the Hebrew text with its emphasis on the philological, poetic, literary, linguistic, grammatical, historical, archaeological, ideational, and theological aspects of these prophecies written during the last years of the Babylonian exile and the early years of the return to Zion.
Studies on the work of Wittgenstein are characterized not only by an effort to interpret the concepts outlined throughout the philosopher's works--either by understanding the development of those concepts in Wittgenstein's writings or by juxtaposing his works with those of other philosophers, intellectuals, and artists--but also by the philological issues concerning the so-called Nachlass.
This pedagogical / linguistic issue of ltalica deals with philological and translational matters, linguistic history, Italian pedagogy and issues related to second language studies and second language acquisition.
It is my honor and privilege to have been chosen to introduce the last chapter of a long and fruitful scholarly adventure, which began exactly sixty years ago, in 1952, when our friend and colleague Armand Singer decided it would be a good idea to create a scholarly journal dedicated to promote literary and cultural studies, The West Virginia University Philological Papers.
The two volumes consist of an extremely detailed philological analysis and comparison of these four letters with other NT writings.