- Jan 2023
Digital humanities aka Humanities Analytics
5:54 Simon DeDeo mentioned Alastair McKinnon the philosopher in the 60s did a stylopheric study of Kierkegaard pseudonyms - Kierkegaard's Pseudonyms: A New Hierarchy by Alastair McKinnon https://www.jstor.org/stable/20009297
Tools for supplementing research and scholarship
core audience is Ph.D. students
- research methods
- Foundations & Applications of Humanities Analytics
- Alastair McKinnon
- digital humanities
- The Two Cultures
- Søren Kierkegaard
Foundations & Applications of Humanities Analytics
1.3 About the course
- history of space, genealogy
- science / tools for learning
- examples via guest lecturers
Simon and David indicate that they are not "two cultures" people.
"You can get really far by counting." -Simon DeDeo
Digital humanities is another method of storytelling.
- Dec 2022
When writing history, there are rules to be followed and evidence to be respected. But no two histories will be the same, whereas the essence of scientific experiments is that they can be endlessly replicated.
A subtle difference here between the (hard) sciences and the humanities. Every human will bring to bear a differently nuanced perspective.