Definition of textual criticism in English:

textual criticism

Syllabification: tex·tu·al crit·i·cism

noun

The process of attempting to ascertain the original wording of a text.
More example sentences
  • While we can be thankful that the current tenets of textual criticism have produced a text which in most instances reflects the autographs, we should strive for more.
  • In the previous review, we gave a link to JPH's study of New Testament textual criticism, where the substantial reliability of the NT texts is demonstrated.
  • Under the heading of inner texture Wachob engages primarily the disciplines of textual criticism and rhetorical criticism.

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