Towards a Synthesis?

Towards a Synthesis?

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The 1980's and early 1990's were witness to controversial discussions concerning the nature and role of philology in medieval studies. Some scholars defended the values and methods of tradition while others argued for a break with the past and the need to rethink medieval studies in the light of a (post)modern episteme. The essays in this book reflect the vigour of the debate with reference to romance studies, particularly Old French. Taken collectively, they argue not for a choice between two extreme positions, but rather a synthesis that combines the best of both worlds. The contributors are Donald Maddox, Richard F. O'Gorman, William D. Paden, Rupert T. Pickens, Barbara N. Sargent-Baur, Evelyn Birge Vitz, Haijo Westra, and Keith Busby.Essays on the New Philology Keith Busby. Nealon, Jeffrey T. The Discipline of Deconstruction.aquot; PMLA ... In Nichols, ed. The Legitimacy of the Middle Ages, pp. 42-60; revised as aquot;An Intellectual Anthropology of Marriage in the Middle Ages.

Title:Towards a Synthesis?
Author: Keith Busby
Publisher:Rodopi - 1993-01-01

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