chirography


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Translated into Emerson it becomes, perhaps, the principle of Representative Men who guide our philosophical and political thoughts and actions through their chirography, their speech, their books, and their lives.
Research on the printing press and print media generally incorporates some discussion of chirography for purposes of comparison, for example Lucien Febvre and Henri-Jean Martin's key contribution, The Coming of the Book (1976).