Expressive Minds and Artistic Creations

Studies in Cognitive Poetics
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 2. Januar 2018
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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Expressive Minds and Artistic Creations: Studies in Cognitive Poetics presents multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research papers describing new developments in the field of cognitive poetics. The articles examine the complex connections between cognition and poetics with special attention given to how people both create and interpret novel artistic works in a variety of expressive media, including literature, music, art, and multimodal artifacts. The authors have diverse disciplinary backgrounds, but all of them embrace theories and research findings from multiple perspectives, such as linguistics, psychology, literary studies, music, art, neuroscience, and media studies. Several authors explicitly discuss empirical and theoretical challenges in doing interdisciplinary work, which is often considered as essential to future progress in cognitive poetics. Scholars address many specific research questions in their articles, including most notably, the role of embodiment and simulation in human imagination, the importance of conceptual metaphors and conceptual blending processes in the creation and interpretation of literature, and the function of multiperspectivity in poetic and multimodal texts. Several new ideas are also advanced in the volume regarding the cognitive mechanisms responsible for artistic creations and understandings. The volume overall offers an expanded view of cognitive poetics research which situates the study of expressive minds within a broader range of personal, social, cultural and historical contexts. Among other leading researchers, many contributors are world-famous scholars of psychology, linguistics, and literature, including Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., Zoltán Kövecses, and Reuven Tsur, whose defining papers also survey the roles and significance of conceptual mechanisms in literature.
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Szilvia Csábi has co-authored three edited volumes and published several articles in the field of cognitive linguistics. For fifteen years she worked in Budapest at the Publisher of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences & Wolters Kluwer as managing editor of mono- and bilingual dictionaries. Currently, she works as a linguist in private industry in California.
Szilvia Csábi Introduction Zoltán Kövecses Foreword Part 1. Imagination as Simulation 1 Marco Caracciolo Degrees of Embodiment in Literary Reading: Notes for a Theoretical Model, With American Psycho as a Case Study 2 Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr. and Lacey Okonski Cognitive Poetics of Allegorical Experience Part 2. Beyond Metaphors: Conceptual Integration and Other Complex Figurative Operations 3 Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas and Anna Piata The Way Time Goes By: Conceptual Integration and the Poetics of Time 4 Mark J. Bruhn Intentionality and Constraint in Conceptual Blending 5 Paula Pérez-Sobrino Cognitive Modeling and Musical Creativity Part 3. Multiperspectivity: Proximity and Distance 6 Wei-lun Lu, Arie Verhagen,and I-wen Su A Multiple-Parallel-Text Approach for Viewpoint Research Across Languages: The Case of Demonstratives in English and Chinese 7 Antonina Harbus The Long View: Cognitive Poetic Approaches to "Dynamic Affect" in Early English Verse 8 Natalia Igl Poetics of Perception: The Cognitive Linguistic Foundation of Narrativity and the "Aesthetics of Observation" in German Avant-Garde Literature Part 4. Multiperspectivity: Verbal and Visual Modalities 9 Michael Burke and Esmeralda V. Bon The Locations and Means of Literary Reading 10 Sonja Zeman Ut Pictura Poesis? The Poetics of Verbal Imagery 11 Christian W. Schneider and Michael Pleyer Cognitive Linguistics and Multimodal Poetics: Sequential and Summary Scanning in Graphic Literature 12 Reuven Tsur Elusive Qualities in Poetry, Receptivity, and Neural Correlates Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr. Postscript: Imagining the Future of Cognitive Poetics List of contributors Index

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