Noun(1) putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill(2) the act of putting something in writing
(1) Thus an Elizabethan ├ö├ç├┐Homer├ö├ç├û could well mean an English translation of an Italian redaction , or of a French or Latin version of the Greek original.(2) The redaction and production of privileged documents, or the adducing of further evidence, will lead to additional delay and increased costs.(3) It seems to me, however, that this chapter and the one preceding it most likely did not belong to the first redaction of the work.(4) His comments focus mainly on the sources of Matthew's material and his redaction of those sources.(5) what was left after the redaction would be virtually useless(6) Still others bracket out the questions of authorship, dating, and redaction in favor of simply reading the book as a final literary product.(7) Rather, it is a final redaction of sources ranging from the Red Book of Westmarch, to Elvish Chronicles, to Gondorian records, to tales of Rohirrim which were only transcribed centuries later.(8) The redaction of the text ensures this fatal tidiness.(9) The document has a fairly high level of redaction , including - unbelievably - almost half of its bibliography.(10) The relative clause was seen as secondary, rather than the entire point of the remark, and thus was subject to redaction .(11) The disparity between theory and praxis is particularly glaring in the redaction of canonical works.(12) She argues that the ├ö├ç├┐case-by-case├ö├ç├û approach to privilege outlined in Ryan should be applied, and, if properly applied, would result in redaction of the portion of the records in issue.(13) Goldstein brings together the fruit of extensive research and massive erudition in multiple disciplines, wielding the tools of source, genre, redaction , and textual criticism with masterful force.(14) In the rush to the vernacular, the redaction deprived people of the texts in both Latin and English.(15) Critics like Ehrman have been able to detect such things precisely because original readings have been preserved, or at least there have been ways to detect redaction that are fairly reliable.(16) There's a good redaction of their argument in a recent issue of Reason.
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