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How Do I Know Thee? free pdf The classical period in France presents a particularly lively battleground for the transition between oral-visual culture, on the one hand, and print culture on the other. The former depended on learning from sources of knowledge directly, in their presence, in a manner analogous to theatrical experience. The latter became characterized by the distance and abstraction of reading. How Do I Know Thee? explores the ways in which literature, philosophy, and psychology approach social cognition, or how we come to know others. Richard E. Goodkin describes a central opposition between what he calls otheatrical cognitiono and onarrative cognition,o drawing both on scholarship on literary genre and mode, and also on the work of a number of philosophers and psychologists, in particular DescartesAEs theory of cognition, Freudian psychoanalysis, mid?twentieth?century behaviorism, and the field of cognitive science. The result is a study that will be of interest not only to students of the classical period but also to those in the corresponding disciplines.

About Richard E. Goodkin

Richard E. Goodkin is a professor of French at the University of WisconsinuMadison, USA. His books include Birth Marks: The Tragedy of Primogeniture in Pierre Corneille, Thomas Corneille, and Jean Racine (2000) and Les magnifiques mensonges de Madeleine BUjart (2013), a historical novel about the mistress and collaborator of MoliYre.

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Author : Richard E. Goodkin
Publisher : Northwestern University Press
Data Published : 30 June 2015
ISBN : 0810131803
EAN : 9780810131804
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 240 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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