Antike Ethik aus der Distanz. Computationelle Methoden zur Erforschung der Ethik im Neuen Testament und im antiken Christentum

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Jan Heilmann


Computational methods offer a valuable potential for new approaches to New Testament and early Christian ethics. They can contribute to studies in the reception of ancient ethical con­cepts as well as comparative research on the use of any given term or concept in antiquity. This paper explores the potential of blended reading approaches, which combine computa­tional methods with the established approaches of philological interpretation of individual texts. The article briefly presents and discusses corpus-analytical procedures, such as cooccurrence analysis, the potentials of working with Biblindex as well as of procedures of automatic citation recognition and the manifold possibilities of working with annotated data­bases