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Scholarship, forgery, and fictive invention

Arthur Freeman

Scholarship, forgery, and fictive invention

John Payne Collier before 1831

by Arthur Freeman

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  • Collier, J. Payne -- 1789-1883.

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    Statementby Arthur Freeman and Janet Ing.
    ContributionsIng, Janet.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 1-23
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19448071M

      I have seriously considered the arguments of those who contend that it is a fictive invention by Joseph Smith or others living in nineteenth-century United States, but conclude that the construction of such a book in such a time and place was impossible given the book’s intricate and complex structure; its nuanced, even convoluted composition. Chapters 1 and 2 provide for the first time since an up-to-date intellectual biography of Onofrio Panvinio, which shows that he was much more than the antiquarian and historian of ancient Rome whom existing scholarship has generally presumed him to be. The first chapter begins with a discussion of his family background, education, and entry into the Augustinian Order in Verona. Panvinio.

    "A mature and wide-ranging reflection on the subject of literary forgery that demonstrates how the field might be developed in future years, this book offers privileged insights into the perennial feature of human inventiveness and perversity that is literary forgery. The pertinent remarks by the highly significant Church father Origen (c. c) appear in his Contra Celsus, Book I, Chapter XLVII: “For in the 18th book of his Antiquities of the Jews, Josephus bears witness to John as having been a Baptist, and as promising purification to those who underwent the this writer, although not believing in Jesus as the Christ, in seeking after the.

      In his most recent book, Hayden White revives Oakeshott’s distinction between a “historical past” and a “practical past” (Oakeshott, On History, p. 19, 42). The historical past possesses no definitive existence: it is only an inference the historian makes . The written word is a powerful thing. And those that work to harness that power are often rewarded by scholarship providers. There are plenty of scholarships for writers available to students, whether the interest is in journalism, stories or writing of any other g: forgery.


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