Synonyms for textology or Related words with textology

paleography              sinology              palaeography              narratology              folkloristics              philological              codicology              gyarmathi              dialectological              graphology              knorozov              organology              lexicology              chomskyan              husserlian              patristics              culturology              demonological              didactics              illuminationist              ramist              pilpul              zhentong              commentarial              homiletical              hebraic              exegetic              lokayata              daoism              herbart              neogrammarian              turkology              dialecticians              protagoras              slavistics              zaliznyak              salikoko              exegetical              bakhtin              cabala              mozi              historiographic              khintibidze              philosophic              euhemerus              jurisprudential              phraseological              neoplatonic              mesoamericanist              averroism             



Examples of "textology"
His research interests focus on textology, linguistic axiology, and ethnolinguistics.
Textology is mainly about organization, emendation, exegesis and collection of ancient works. Zhang Chao kept close contact with famous textual criticism scholars, such as Zhang Erqi (张尔岐) and Yan Ruoqu (阎若璩), so he knew a lot about textology and showed extraordinary skills on it. He paid much attention to textual research. He not only had the abundant theory about textology, but also laid emphasis on books and material objects. When he was editing, he made objective comments on the books he referred to and explored the origin and development.
Alexei Alexandrovich Shakhmatov (, – 16 August 1920) was a Russian philologist and historian credited with laying foundations for the science of textology.
His works in this area are, with a few exceptions, superseded by later areal linguistics and historical dialectology research. On the other hand, Rešetar's editions of the Renaissance and Baroque poets and playwrights are still the standard printed issues; only modern computerized textology analyses, done in the Institute for Croatian language and linguistics, have begun to question some aspects of his transliteration choices on the graphemics level. The big part of his work in this area remains highly regarded and confirmed by contemporary textology.
Contrastive descriptions can occur at every level of linguistic structure: speech sounds (phonology), written symbols (orthography), word-formation (morphology), word meaning (lexicology), collocation (phraseology), sentence structure (syntax) and complete discourse (textology). Various techniques used in corpus linguistics have been shown to be relevant in intralingual and interlingual contrastive studies, e.g. by 'parallel-text' analysis (Hartmann 1997).
In the late Ming dynasty and early Qing dynasty, a Confucian school of idealist philosophy of the Song and Ming dynasties exposed its empty talk on academic learning, so it was criticized by schloars. Under the circumstances, scholars promoted to worship Confucianism of the Han dynasty and school of textology was formed at the same time.
Hrytsenko is a specialist in dialectology of the Ukrainian language, typology of Slavic dialect systems, theory of linguistic geography, dialectal textology and textography, history of linguistics. He is a co-executor of «The Slavic Linguistic Atlas», vol. 3, 4а, 4б, 5, 6, 8 (1994-2009).
Zakiev served in a number of higher schools and institutes as a Rector, Director and Department Head (KGPI 1967-1986, IJALI 1986-1997), created Departments of Ethnography, Manuscripts and Textology, Lexicology and Lexicography, was instrumental in compiling a Collection of Monuments of History and Culture, creating of Tatar Encyclopedia. Zakiev headed the Scientific Commission of the Education Ministry of the Russian Federation for the philological sciences. M.Zakiev is a member of Presidium of AN RT.
Iran and the Caucasus (print: , online: ) is a biannual multidisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal published by Brill Publishers in collaboration with the Caucasian Centre for Iranian Studies (Yerevan). The journal covers the history (ancient, mediaeval and modern), culture, anthropology, literature (textology), folklore, linguistics, archaeology, politics, and economy of the region. Articles are published in English, French and German. It was established in 1997 by Garnik Asatrian, the head of the Center. The editor-in-chief is Garnik S. Asatrian (Yerevan).
Bartmiński is member of Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, professor of Polish philology at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland. Since 1976 he has been leading the research team now organized as the Department of Textology And Grammar of Contemporary Polish Language. For several years Bartmiński has been the chairman of jury of folklore songs festival in Kazimierz Dolny, one of the biggest events of this kind in Central Europe. Bartmiński is a member of the Polish Language Council.
Chen Yuan (1880–1971) was a Chinese historian and educator. He is known by his work in the fields of religious history, Yuan Dynasty history, textology and textual criticism. Chen was professor of Peking University, Beijing Normal University and Fu Jen Catholic University, and later served as the president of Beijing Normal University. Before 1949, he also served as the president of Metropolitan Library and the Palace Museum library.
Among the influences in his studies in Linguistics and Semiotic Textology Janos Petöfi asked him to work with him in Constanz, but Dalla Pozza preferred to work in Italy where he has been very influential through connections with the Society of Logic and Philosophy of Science and the Society of Analytic Philosophy, and also through his lectures in logic, philosophy of science and computer sciences (mainly in the nineties) at the University of Verona (where he lectured continuously on Logic and Foundations of Computer Science from 1996 to 2002 and also after retirement until 2013) Padua, Bolzano and his lectures on Deontic Logic at the University of Rome.
Shakhmatov participated in the Commission for the Study of the Tribal Composition of the Population of the Borderlands of Russia set up in February 1917. He also helped prepare sweeping reforms of Russian orthography, which would be implemented by the Bolsheviks in 1918. Shakhmatov refused to leave Petrograd for the West, a fatal decision that led to his premature death from malnutrition and exhaustion in 1920. The Academy subsequently cherished his memory and instituted a special Shakhmatov Prize, to be awarded "for the best works in source science, textology and linguistics".
He wrote Pushkin. Contemporary Problems of historical literary study in 1925. His monograph "Theory of Literature (Poetics)", also published in 1925, was the first systematic exposition of Formalist doctrine. Another important theoretical work is "The Writer and the Book: An Outline of Textology" (1928, second edition 1959). He was especially interested in the theory of versification. In his metrical studies, following in the footsteps of Andrey Bely, he applied statistical procedures to the study of Russian poetry and succeeded in "raising versification to a quantified science".
Aleksey Shakhmatov was the largest expert in textology of Old Russian Сhronicles, and he considered that the main part of сhronicle texts were "svods", that is collections of separate records from different sources, and every new сhronicle was a svod of some previous сhronicles and new historical records However, in recent studies, besides svods, considerable part of chronicle text is admitted as annual records, which were regularly being conducted at certain state or church office - as West European annals. For example, hypothetical "Novrorod Archbishop Сhronicle" was being conducted at the office of Novgorod archdiocese from 12th to 14th centuries and was main basis of Novgorod First Chronicle of 15th century.
As a Chair of the People’s Commissariat, Kasym not only organized numerous ethnographic research expeditions within Kyrgyzstan, but coordinated and took part in joint expeditions from other Soviet Republics. His many publications were based on the analysis of the findings of such expeditions. Based on such analysis he introduced such fundamental trends in Kyrgyz linguistics as Textual Criticism (Textology) and Dialectology. As a result of his dialectological research he created an orthographic system. His analysis of Moldo Niyaz’s "Datka Aiym" became the first sample of a textual study. His contribution to the formation of Kyrgyz linguistics was tremendous.
Scholars associated with the revisionist movement in Vygotsky Studies propose returning to Vygotsky's original uncensored works, critically revising the available discourse, and republishing them in both Russian and translation with a rigorous scholarly commentary. Therefore, an essential part of this revisionist strand is the ongoing work on ""PsyAnima" Complete Vygotsky" project that for the first time ever exposes full collections of Vygotsky's texts, uncensored and cleared from numerous mistakes, omissions, insertions, and blatant distortions and falsifications of the author's text made in Soviet editions and uncritically transferred in virtually all foreign translated editions of Vygotsky's works. This project is carried out by an international team of volunteers—researchers, archival workers, and library staff—from Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, and Switzerland, who joined their efforts and put together a collection of L.S. Vygotsky’s texts. This publication work is supported by a stream of critical scholarly studies and publications on textology, history, theory and methodology of Vygotskian research that cumulatively contributes to the first ever edition of "The Complete Works of L.S. Vygotsky".