Charlotte Schubert and Sven-Philipp Brandt (Eds.)
Der Protreptikos des Iamblich
Rekonstruktion, Refragmentarisierung und Kontextualisierung mit TextminingDigital Classics Books
This book combines several articles, which analyse the Protreptikos by Iamblichus with different text mining methods. With these methods the authors try to find new aspects for the discourse in classical studies about the relationship between the Protreptikos by Iamblichus, Aristotle’s Protreptikos and Plato’s writings.
Iamblichus’ Protreptikos is concerned with Pythagoras’ theory and for that purpose he discusses philosophical trends of the classical antiquity. Hence many citations of classical philosophers can be found in the text. For this reason the authors use the citation-analysis and the cooccurrence-analysis, text mining tools provided by the portal eAQUA, and give a new perspective on citation methods in Iamblichus’ Protreptikos.
Charlotte Schubert. Classics scholar, head of the Department for Ancient History in Leipzig. Design and management of various projects in the Digital Humanities (eAQUA, eXChange, eComparatio, Digital Classics Online, Digital Classics Online).
Sven-Philipp Brandt M.A. / M.Ed. PhD student in the field of Ancient History at the University of Göttingen. He works in the project "Nachhaltigkeit als Argument" supported by the Volkswagenstiftung. His main research is digital classics, ancient environmental history and ancient historiography.