NevenJovanovic (Department of Classical Philology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia)
Record the process of learning a style as it happens, to be able to interpret this process later.
All readers use common "previous knowledge" --- the "system of rhetoric", as constructed (most famously by Lausberg) from teachings of ancient rhetoricians.
This solution is somewhat unsatisfying; it creates a network, but this network is not wholly ours; and it means explaining one thing we do not understand completely by another which we also do not understand completely. It can be compared to learning classical languages mainly from grammar.
Create a collaborative environment where readers can compare their networks, an environment for "learning a style together".
I believe this environment can be realized through computing, especially on the internet.
But how? What should such an environment have? And how to get people to read together? And what to read?
These are questions that I hope we can discuss together on the DigitalClassicist.