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For a response to Cupich see, MELCHISCHYROS, B., <<The Decipherment of Cupich>>, First Things, Feb 20 2018 (online at accessed Oct.
Another claim of decipherment comes from Canadian researchers, who used artificial intelligence to identify the language of the manuscript.
Once one has lit upon a correspondence or a connection, the urge is to take it further, to identify all possible significances in a series of thoughts along the following lines: "if we interpret this thus, then it supports that and implies the other." The temptation is to find the perfect fit, the exact correspondence, regardless of the twists and turns one has to take along the way, and midway through his argument Murphy begins to deploy the exact qualifiers--"if this decipherment is accurate" (164)--which signify that one has given into that temptation.
For significant contributions to statistical machine translation, automata for natural language processing, and decipherment of historical manuscripts.
literature had become utterance that inscribed in itself its own principle of decipherment....
Margalit Fox's engrossing The Riddle of the Labyrinth asks the question twice: once about the writing on tablets unearthed in Knossos, Crete, in the first years of the twentieth century; and again about the crucial contribution of Alice Elizabeth Kober, a classics professor at Brooklyn College, to their eventual decipherment decades later.
Akerblad; Egyptian decipherment and Orientalism in revolutionary times.
"The hieroglyphs are nonsensical, but the vase reflects the fascination that ancient Egypt's little-understood culture held for Europe prior to [Jean-Francois] Champollion's decipherment of hieroglyphic writing in 1822." (4)
You, as the lead character, who is the only one to have passed through all its phases; one of your colleagues who will enjoy the actual decipherment of the work by looking at the score; a performer who will de-virtualise your piece; a listener who will read or not read your notes on the work and, open or closed beforehand, tired or, contrariwise, ready to listen, will expose himself /herself to it.
For obvious historical reasons, many of those somewhat veiled obsessions, have to do with a colonial substratum (10) whose decipherment leads to the understanding of present-day postcolonial issues still waiting for a definitive conclusion.
Another work, Ken Gelder's Reading the Vampire (1994), is seminal in its decipherment of the vampire in its cultural context from a range of theoretical perspectives (appropriately open-minded for such an elusive creature), but it appeared in 1994, necessarily excluding recent avatars of the humanised vampire in paranormal romance and Young Adult fiction.
First, I place its scenes and words within the larger, culturally determined systems of meaning surrounding them; both the gestures that these painted figures perform and the messages on the vase act much like formulae in epic song, as repositories of a significance that goes beyond their denotative meaning on this particular occasion and that encompasses both existing traditions informing acts of bird (and specifically swallow) identification and decipherment and the social practices typically associated with the individuals included in the scene.