By K. A. E. Enenkel, Wolfgang Neuber
The published e-book, an important invention of the Early sleek interval, led to not just an explosion of data, but in addition significant alterations within the belief of texts. This quantity investigates the tools through which wisdom was once offered to the early smooth reader and the corporation of fabric that guided his cognition of them. It focuses no longer simply on book-historical questions, yet at the intersection of structure and paratexts with problems with style, content material and meant functionality of texts. A workforce of specialists in quite a few disciplines, English, French, German, Neo-Latin, philosophy, paintings heritage, the historical past of technology and e-book background, makes a primary attempt to figuring out this attention-grabbing subject.
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One example is M. Mauro, Annotationi [. ] Sacro Bosco (Florence, L. Torrentino: 1550) [Fig. 6]. 13 Editions in the Library of the University of Amsterdam have been examined by Mrs Myrthe Kusse, assistant at the University of Amsterdam, whom I thank for her kind eﬀort. the rise of the typographical paragraph 19 Fig. 5. O. Fine, De duodecim caeli domiciliis (Paris, M. Vascosan: 1553) fol. f4 r. 20 frans a. janssen Fig. 6. M. Mauro, Annotationi [. ] Sacro Bosco (Florence, L. Torrentino: 1550) 59. the rise of the typographical paragraph 21 The further we advance into the sixteenth century the more we come across the indented paragraph (= 3), particularly after about 1560.
Eaque conveniet iuxta rationem aﬃnitatis et pugnantiae digerere; nam et quae inter se cognata sunt ultro admonent quid consequatur, et contrariorum eadem est memoria [. ] Ergo posteaquam tibi titulos compararis quot erunt satis, eosque in ordinem quem voles digesseris, deinde singulis suas partes subieceris, rursum partibus addideris locos communes sive sententias, iam quicquid usquam obvium erit in ullis autoribus, praecipue si sit insignius, mox suo loco annotabis; sive erit fabula, sive apologus, sive exemplum, sive casus novus, sive sententia, sive lepide aut alioqui mire dictum, sive paroemia, sive metaphora, aut parabola.
Bindseil, vol. 20 of Corpus reformatorum (Brunswick: 1854) cols. 695–698. locating knowledge 39 obliquely and could cancel each other out. 5 Ideally with a separate commonplace book for each ﬁeld of knowledge he was exploring, the reader probed his texts, extracted specimens and allocated them to appropriate places within a pre-arranged schema. This reading habit left very visible impressions on printed books, as well as minds, for it predisposed the purchaser to expect books geared to his reading habits.
Cognition And The Book: Typologies Of Formal Organisation Of Knowledge In The Printed Book Of The Early Modern Period by K. A. E. Enenkel, Wolfgang Neuber