The (Protestant) Bible, the (printed) sermon, and the word(s): The semantic structure of the Conformist and Dissenting Bible, 1660–1780

@article{Hoffman2017TheB,
  title={The (Protestant) Bible, the (printed) sermon, and the word(s): The semantic structure of the Conformist and Dissenting Bible, 1660–1780},
  author={M. Hoffman and Jean-Phillippe Cointet and P. Brandt and Newton E. Key and P. Bearman},
  journal={Poetics},
  year={2017},
  volume={68},
  pages={89-103}
}
  • M. Hoffman, Jean-Phillippe Cointet, +2 authors P. Bearman
  • Published 2017
  • History
  • Poetics
  • Abstract Using co-occurrence methods for identifying semantic structure in texts, we first describe the structure of the Protestant Bible, focusing on the ways in which contents of the Bible are organized in both the New and Old Testaments. We introduce a strategy for capturing the co-occurrence of nouns and verbs in windows defined by verses that progressively move across the text, from start to finish in a manner similar to reading. We then consider how Dissenters and Conformists used the… CONTINUE READING
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