Philology

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Philology is the study about the cultural haritage of nations based on the languages and literaturs. Philology is a science of textual criticism of the classical texts of manuscript. The business of textual criticism is in a sense to reverse this process, to follow back the treads of transmission and try to restore the texts as closely as possible to the form which they originally had. Philology related to the higher criticism method of textual study which aimed to verifying the otenticity of the author, date of writting, and the origin of texts.

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