Pripovedni svetovi in semiotična pravila pripovedne domišljije: Peirce in Cassirer kot izhodišče za preučevanje izkustva sveta skozi literaturo

  • Bart Keunen
Ključne besede: postklasična naratologija, kognitivna teorija, semiotika, pripovedni svet, domišljija, Peirce, Charles Sanders, Cassirer, Ernst

Povzetek

V pričujočem prispevku s pomočjo uvidov Peircea in Cassirerja umestim teorijo pripovednega sveta v širšo fenomenologijo pripovedne domišljije. Prvi korak je semiotični opis pripovedne domišljije; elementi zgodbe se uresničujejo skozi zakone, ki jih Peirce pripiše vsem semiotičnim procesom (razdelek 1). Peirceove uvide poleg tega uporabim za to, da pokažem, kako zelo se ti elementi razlikujejo glede na svojo bodisi fenomenološko ali epistemološko naravo. Iz opisa semiotičnih procesov nato izpeljem matrico devetih znakov (razdelek 2), ki ustrezajo devetim različnim načinom delovanja domišljije. Hipoteza je, da za ustrezen opis izkustva posameznega pripovednega sveta zadostuje, če vsakemu od devetih znakov pripišemo ustrezno funkcijo.

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