6 edition of Textualterity found in the catalog.
February 1, 1996
by University of Michigan Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
Ingersoll held up a copy of the Bible and said, “In fifteen years I’ll have this book in the morgue.” Fifteen years rolled by and Ingersoll was in the morgue, but the Bible lives on. Voltaire’s reason rejected the Scriptures also. He predicted that in one hundred years the Bible would be . Define textualism. textualism synonyms, textualism pronunciation, textualism translation, English dictionary definition of textualism. n. 1. A theory of legal interpretation emphasizing the importance of the everyday meanings of the words used in statutes. Implicitly throughout the book and explicitly in the conclusion, Lesser takes up the.
A beginners introduction to textual criticism that can also be used by advanced students for review purposes, 'New Testament Textual Criticism' presents the fundamentals in a concise book includes chapter summary and discussion questions, as well as appendixes that offer examples of types of errors in New Testament manuscripts, the most important witnesses to various books of the /5(21). Textual Analysis is written in an accessible style with several useful case studies. Each chapter also includes exercises for classroom' - Jane Stokes, London Metropolitan University This is an excellent general guide to textual analysis for undergraduate and postgraduate students that clearly demonstrates the method with clear and relevant.
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Textualterity will be essential reading for textual critics, art historians and theorists, and students of cultural theory and history. Joseph Grigely is Associate Professor of Art, University of Michigan.
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Grigely was included in two Whitney Biennials (, ), and is also a Guggenheim Fellow. He lives and works in Chicago, where he is Professor of Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Born: DecemEast Longmeadow, MA. Textualterity will be essential reading for textual critics, art historians and theorists, and students of cultural theory and Grigely is Associate Professor of Art, University of Michigan.
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This is a well-written book that is easy to follow and digest. Despite the proliferation of unnecessary footnotes it is a very readable and engaging book. Brotzman has done a fine job of covering the major bases of Old Testament textual criticism, and has written a fine introduction to the process/5.
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