Philologize

Phi`lol´o`gize


v. i.1.To study, or make critical comments on, language.
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The danger pointed out by Babbitt (1908: 126), which threatens literary criticism, is the contemporary tendency "to philologize everything," which means the following: the danger of transforming literature, history and religion into a mere "circle of tales," i.e.