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|“An editor edits above all to communicate to readers, and least of all to address |
the sensibilities of editorial colleagues.” –Arthur Plotnik, The Elements of Editing
M “We are the products of editing rather than of authorship.” – George Wald ...
|REVISING. AND. EDITING. You cannot solve a problem with the same thoughts |
that created it. —Albert Einstein We are the products of editing, rather than
authorship. —George Wald ...
|These results we can see here as functioning as initiating conditions at the |
population level and as boundary ... "we are the products of editing rather than of
authorship" (that is so if we see ourselves as the products of processes only,
which is ...
|We are the products of editing, rather than authorship. (George Wald) 2.1 |
Introduction This planet teems with life. Over one million separate species
compete for survival in a multitude of ecological niches from the tropics to the
|authorship is shared among two or more persons, each person's name can occur |
in the same variety of locations and format. The most common form of ... Books
and sets containing many works often are less the products of a person's
imagination or creativity than of his skill in bibliography and organization. In such
instances, we speak of a compiler or editor rather than an author in the strict
|One of our number thinks, it is a term relating to the acts of the human intellect, |
and we are nearly all agreed, that it may ... To submit occasional selections, from
these literary confabulations, is the object of the editor. ... circulated as the
product of a sociable context of discursive exchange rather than of individual
|Noted historian John Bright concludes, “We can assert with full confidence that |
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob were actual historical individuals” (A History of Israel,
91). The Authorship and Compilation of the Pentateuch Hebrew and Christian
tradition alike have attributed the ... To them, our current Old Testament was the
final product of a postexilic editor or editors. ... Rather than describe and
|was produced through genuine collaboration, and he uses Mill's life story in his |
1991 book, Multiple Authorship and the ... and, while we can say in general terms
that Mill's contribution to the final text was considerably greater than his wife's, ...
This conclusion — with the Autobiography the product of direct collaboration, yet
with Mill the "considerably greater" ... on multiple authorship of this work,
Stillinger's analysis of Taylor's contributions portrays her as an editor rather than
Toby Miller, Robert Stam - 2008 - 440 pages
|So Dayan sees classical cinema as ``present[ing] itself as a product without a |
producer, a discourse without an origin'' (191). Rather than revealing who really `
`speaks'' (director, actor, camera, screenwriter, etc.) ... 8 Editing and Authorship
for the cinema, he is automatically cast out from the pantheon of directors.
Andrew Sarris, ``Notes on the Auteur Theory in 1962'' We have already seen how
certain theorists, in their discussion of film history and aesthetics, identify styles of
|authorship of five further epistles: Hebrews, James, Jude and John 2 and 3.24 |
Jerome had already queried all these ... However, Protestantism, in basing its
faith upon the Bible rather than on the authority of the Church, left itself open to ...
adulterated and inconsistent, that we possess it only in fragmentary form, and that
the original of God's covenant with the Jews ... product of a process of
reconstitutive editing, supervised by Ezra, which took place after the disruption of
the Exile had ...