Four computer-aided approaches to determining the provenance of Christian Doctrine, attributed to John Milton

  1. 1. Tom Corns

    Department of English - University of Wales, Bangor (Bangor University / University College of North Wales)

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Over the last two years an international and multidisciplinary team of scholars has attempted to approach with scientific detachment the currently much disputed issue of the provenance of Christian Doctrine. This is an account of the methodologies adopted, which combine digital imaging and stylometrics with traditional approaches augmented by computer assistance.

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Conference Info

In review


Hosted at University of Bergen

Bergen, Norway

June 25, 1996 - June 29, 1996

147 works by 190 authors indexed

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Series: ACH/ICCH (16), ALLC/EADH (23), ACH/ALLC (8)

Organizers: ACH, ALLC

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  • Language: English
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