Warburg Institute Colloquia, vol. 33

The Marriage of Philology and Scepticism:
Uncertainty and Conjecture in Early Modern Scholarship and Thought

edited by Gian Mario Cao, Anthony Grafton and Jill Kraye


Read the editors’ description of this book


pre-order this book  (apart from the USA and Canada)
 


Enquire about purchasing this book in the USA and Canada


Table of Contents

Foreword

Sextus Empiricus, Child of the Marriage of Philology and Scepticisms
     by Glen Most

Medieval Precedents for Sceptical Philology
     by Jan M. Ziolkowski

The Other Philology: Resolving Doubts about Textual Meaning in Early Modern Law and Theology
     by Ian Maclean

Divination: Towards the History of a Philological Term
     by Anthony Grafton

Coping with Philological Doubt: Sixteenth-Century Approaches to the Text of Seneca
     by Jill Kraye

Critical Method in Lambinus’s Lucretius: Collation and Interpolation
     by David Butterfield

Philology and Scepticism: Early Modern Scholars at Work on the Text of the Bible
     by Scott Mandelbrote

Freethinking, New Testament Textual Criticism and Censorship: Anthony Collins, Richard Bentley and the Index librorum prohibitorum
     by Gian Mario Cao

Index