Latinismos y helenismos de la filología

As above noted, this paper is formed by two parts: the first one focuses on latin words of philology, and the second one, on greeks words of philology. the first part explains something about the way of the transmission through history of the ancient texts. to that aim, the author submits a definiti...

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Autor Principal: Quirós Rodríguez, Manuel Antonio
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: Universidad de Costa Rica 2012
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/kanina/article/view/1229
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/20873
Sumario: As above noted, this paper is formed by two parts: the first one focuses on latin words of philology, and the second one, on greeks words of philology. the first part explains something about the way of the transmission through history of the ancient texts. to that aim, the author submits a definition and explanation of some essentials words, sometimes with examples in the field of philology, as a manner of understanding the different elements for obtaining ancient texts with no errors due to linguistic change both in time and space, which has led to method the terminology of whose are in latin itself because of that this language is considered the language of philology. the second part focuses en greek words in modern languages under only consideration of spanish language for making easier the understanding of this paper, almost all examples are presented by means of an alphabetical glossary. the purpose of both of the papers is to considering the importance of latin and greek languages.