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Text Comparison And Digital Creativity: An Introduction

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This chapter gives an introduction to the theme of the book and explains what we mean by 'text comparison', 'digital creativity', 'presence' and 'meaning', and why these words figure in the title of this book. It also highlights some of the issues that emerged in the colloquium discussions as being crucial for a proper assessment of the transformations in digital text scholarship, such as the question as to the status of digital research objects used in e-philology. The introductory chapter is followed by four sections, each of which explores the theme from a different perspective.

Keywords: digital creativity; digital text scholarship; e-philology; meaning; presence; text comparison



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