In the Vineyard of the Text: A Commentary to Hugh's Didascalicon
University of Chicago Press, 15 juin 1996 - 162 pages
In a work with profound implications for the electronic age, Ivan Illich explores how revolutions in technology affect the way we read and understand text.
Examining the Didascalicon of Hugh of St. Victor, Illich celebrates the culture of the book from the twelfth century to the present. Hugh's work, at once an encyclopedia and guide to the art of reading, reveals a twelfth-century revolution as sweeping as that brought about by the invention of the printing press and equal in magnitude only to the changes of the computer age—the transition from reading as a vocal activity done in the monastery to reading as a predominantly silent activity performed by and for individuals.
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As with most Illich books, the footnotes are right there where you need them, are fascinating in their own right — and can be skipped if you're in a hurry. Though why one would be in a hurry to ... Consulter l'avis complet
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My first book by Illich, a man of impressive learning. He covers changing use and form of the book, from a scroll or codex read out loud by monks, to a handwritten but formatted page, to the printed page, and to the computer data file.
Reading toward Wisdom
THE PAGE AS MIRROR
THE NEW SELF
THE LATIN MONOPOLY OVER LETTERS
THE DUTY TO READ
IN SPITE OF SLENDER INCOME
THE CANON REGULAR EDIFIES BY HIS LECTIO
THE FLIPPING OF THE PAGE
THE NEW CLERIC MONOPOLIZES LETTERS
Order Memory and History
THE TREASURE CHEST IN THE READERS HEART
THE HISTORY OF MEMORY
THE LAWYERS SKILL AT THE SERVICE OF PRAYER
MEMORY TRAINING AS PRELUDE TO WISDOM
HISTORIA AS FOUNDATION
ALL CREATION IS PREGNANT
COMMUNITIES OF MUMBLERS
THE PAGE AS A VINEYARD AND GARDEN
LECTIO AS A WAY OF LIFE
THE DEMISE OF THE LECTIO DIVINA
Lectio in Latin
THE SCHOLASTIC DICTATIO
From Recorded Speech to the Record of Thought
FROM THE TRACE OF UTTERANCE TO THE MIRROR OF CONCEPT
FROM THE COMMENT ON A STORY TO THE STORY ABOUT A SUBJECT
AUTHOR VERSUS COMPILER COMMENTATOR AND SCRIBE
ILLUMINATIO VERSUS ILLUSTRATIO
THE PORTABLE BOOK
From Book to Text
TOWARD A HISTORY OF THE TEXT AS OBJECT
THE ABSTRACTION OF THE TEXT
LINGUA AND TEXTUS
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