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Bédier advocates best-text conservatism and rejects the subjectivity of Lachmann's method (see Maas) with its emphasis on the lost authorial text, resulting remarkably often in two-branch stemmata. Instead, Bédier focuses on manuscripts and scribes, reducing the role of editorial judgment. Blecua, Alberto. "Defending Neolachmannianism: On the Palacio Manuscript of La Celestina ." Variants . Eds. Peter Robinson and H.T.M. Van Vliet. Turnhout: Brepols, 2002. 113-33. A clear position statement by the author of the noteworthy Spanish Manual de Critica Textual (1983) in defence of the neolachmannian method. ...
“Which of the major theories do you favour most and why? Discuss your preferred theory in relation to its main rivals” Be mindful of the fact that this question was not asked of me by chance. I sought the opportunity to answer such questions; you chose to ask such questions. This discourse is fixed in time and space and requires the allocation of resources. Whilst most others in the world see the possibilities of their fate as largely determined by the global political economy, we are of a few who attempt to understand how to maintain its order or even change it. Yet, I still ... Read More