“A Terribly Lurking Interlocutor”: Giovanni Mastroianni, Historian and Philologist of Twentieth Century Philosophy

Il filo rosso. Dialoghi etico-politici col mio tempo, published in 2018 by Guida and edited by Nicola Siciliani De Cumis and Luigi Spina, offers us a substantial collection of texts by Giovanni Mastroianni: as many as fifty collected in the section Saggi e note, seven in the  Testi e traduzioni one and two in the Appendix to conclude the volume of two tomes. This is a selection of texts published between 1976 and 2011 in a wide variety of journals, part of the rich bibliography of Mastroianni, consisting of over 200 entries and present in the first volume. Continue reading ““A Terribly Lurking Interlocutor”: Giovanni Mastroianni, Historian and Philologist of Twentieth Century Philosophy”

The potential of Transkribus for textual research, the opinion of Daniele Fusi

This is the third and last part of the interview with philologist Daniele Fusi on the Transkribus platform and the frontiers of electronic text analysis. In the first one, Dr. Fusi told us about his experience as a digital philologist and some programs used in his research field; in the second one, he explained the difference between digital text and digitalized text. Continue reading “The potential of Transkribus for textual research, the opinion of Daniele Fusi”

The distinction between digitalized text and digital text. Interview with Daniele Fusi.

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This is the second part of the interview with philologist Daniele Fusi on the Transkribus platform and the frontiers of electronic text analysis. In the first one, Dr. Fusi told us about his experience as a digital philologist and some programs used in his research field.

In the first part of this interview, Dr. Fusi, you talked about a distinction between digitalized text and digital text. Can you explain it in more detail? Continue reading “The distinction between digitalized text and digital text. Interview with Daniele Fusi.”

Transkribus platform and the frontiers of electronic text analysis: the example of the Prison Notebooks

To electronically transcribe and make handwriting in Europe electronically analysable. These are the functions of the Transkribus platform, one of the initiatives carried out by the READ project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme. Continue reading “Transkribus platform and the frontiers of electronic text analysis: the example of the Prison Notebooks”