redactorial

redactorial

(rɪdækˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) another word for redactional
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At the same or a different moment some authorial or redactorial agency within that tradition did transform the teachings of the tradition into some version of an ancestor of the text Olivelle has reconstituted from today's available copies.
Based on textological evidence, I corroborated the corrections of redactorial errors made by the publishers of Tolstoy's posthumous works (1911-1912) and then found again in the Jubilee edition (1956).
51) Becker seems to imply that this was due to a redactorial slip by Philips:
24) Vulikh, citing Pushkin's 1836 review of Tepliakov's Frakiiskie elegii, attributes Pushkin's redactorial decision to his desire not '"to shine (blistat') with emotional steadfastness' at the expense of the persecuted poet.
that must explain this epic's composition both in its inception and in its northern and southern redactorial variations" (p.
The implausibility I find in this suggestion, however, is basically only a recurrence of my prior conviction that the heterogeneity of the epic requires more than one significant redactorial effort at different times.
The Sifra and the Mekhilta clearly belong (at the redactorial level) to different ideological sub-groups in posttannaitic Judaism as well.