What's the difference between philologer and philologist?
(n.) A philologist.
(1) After the war, Auerbach notes mournfully, the standardisation of ideas, and greater and greater specialisation of knowledge gradually narrowed the opportunities for the kind of investigative and everlastingly inquiring kind of philological work that he had represented; and, alas, it's an even more depressing fact that since Auerbach's death in 1957 both the idea and practice of humanistic research have shrunk in scope as well as in centrality.
(2) After a brief philologic introduction on some correlated concepts of pathogenesis we suggest the concept of pathological physiognomy of the organs.
(3) His methods were derived from the tradition of Indo-European philology.
(4) His great book Mimesis, published in Berne in 1946 but written while Auerbach was a wartime exile teaching Romance languages in Istanbul, was meant to be a testament to the diversity and concreteness of the reality represented in western literature from Homer to Virginia Woolf; but reading the 1951 essay one senses that, for Auerbach, the great book he wrote was an elegy for a period when people could interpret texts philologically, concretely, sensitively, and intuitively, using erudition and an excellent command of several languages to support the kind of understanding that Goethe advocated for his understanding of Islamic literature.
(5) 3) the philological-technical approach, which attempts an interpretation using the above philological approach supplemented by a consideration of the present-day function of a particular instrument or procedure.
(6) The various neuropsychological, medical and philological aspects of these terms are discussed.
(7) The analysis agrees with anthropological and philological evidence for population movements from Asia to Europe.
(8) Thirty years ago the term gender was borrowed from philology for use in sexological psychology in a paper on hermaphroditism (Money, 1955).
(9) A graduate in philology, the study of historical texts, she says she is aiming to earn enough to bring her daughter to the UK to attend college, as well as her husband.
(10) Any such modern explanation of the quantitative phenomenon is, however, hypothetical, all the more so as the philological observation of the phenomenon is not unproblematical.
(11) F. Max Müller, Oxford's professor of comparative philology, drew on Kant's work, Romantic Naturphilosophie, and his views on the history of language and the relation of language to thought to maintain that language showed a difference not in degree but in kind between man and the lower primates.
(12) 2) the philological approach, involving a Constitutio textus, the etymological analysis of the instrument's name and an examination of parallel references.
(13) To young people of the current generation the very idea of philology suggests something impossibly antiquarian and musty, but philology in fact is the most basic and creative of the interpretive arts.
(14) The main requirement for the kind of philological understanding Auerbach and his predecessors were talking about and tried to practise was one that sympathetically and subjectively entered into the life of a written text as seen from the perspective of its time and its author.
(15) On the one hand Sudhoff thought the philologic historical method to be the appropriate one for the investigation of the history of ancient medicine, on the other hand he did not think it to be indispensable for the medical historians.
(16) Rather than alienation and hostility to another time and a different culture, philology as applied to Weltliteratur involved a profound humanistic spirit deployed with generosity and, if I may use the word, hospitality.
(17) It was virtually as an afterthought that he added a social evolutionary component to what he conceived of as an exercise in philology.
(n.) One versed in philology.
(1) Jaramillo – a philosopher, philologist and diplomat – oozes courtesy and severity; he studied at both Oxford and Cambridge, he explains, “in order to get out and move on”.
(2) The interacademical project "Corpus Medicorum Graecorum", started in 1907 in Berlin, reflects the evolution of the classical philologists' approach to ancient medicine.
(3) Sudhoff's views of the tasks of medical historians in the field of the history of ancient medicine were influenced by the contemporary controversy between classical philologists and medical historians about their competence.
(4) I must mention too the supremely creative contribution of Giambattista Vico, the Neapolitan philosopher and philologist whose ideas anticipate those of German thinkers such as Herder and Wolf, later to be followed by Goethe, Humboldt, Dilthey, Nietzsche, Gadamer, and finally the great 20th-century Romance philologists Erich Auerbach, Leo Spitzer, and Ernst Robert Curtius.
(5) His headteacher had high hopes that he might become a philologist and Latin scholar.
(6) Lech Kaczynski and his twin brother Jaroslaw were born in Warsaw, sons of Rajmund Kaczynski, an engineer and a member of the Polish resistance during the second world war, and his wife Jadwiga, a philologist.