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  1. [Rezension zu:] Hrdinová, Eva Maria (2013): Překlad liturgického textu v zrcadle teorie skoposu: na příkladě translace východní Chrysostomovy liturgie do češtiny
    Published: 13.05.2015

    Rezension zu Hrdinová, Eva Maria (2013): Překlad liturgického textu v zrcadle teorie skoposu: na příkladě translace východní Chrysostomovy liturgie do češtiny. 1. Aufl. – Bratislava: Ikar. 285 S., ISBN 978-80-89238-74-3. more

     

    Rezension zu Hrdinová, Eva Maria (2013): Překlad liturgického textu v zrcadle teorie skoposu: na příkladě translace východní Chrysostomovy liturgie do češtiny. 1. Aufl. – Bratislava: Ikar. 285 S., ISBN 978-80-89238-74-3.

     

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    Source: CompaRe
    Language: German
    Media type: Review
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    DDC Categories: 800
    Subjects: Übersetzung; Liturgie; Übersetzungswissenschaft; skopos
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  2. [Rezension zu:] Ján Demčišák: Queer Reading von Brechts Frühwerk. Marburg: Tectum Verlag, 2012
    Published: 12.08.2015

    Rezension zu Ján Demčišák: Queer Reading von Brechts Frühwerk. Marburg: Tectum Verlag, 2012, ISBN 978-3-8288-2995-4, 214 S. more

     

    Rezension zu Ján Demčišák: Queer Reading von Brechts Frühwerk. Marburg: Tectum Verlag, 2012, ISBN 978-3-8288-2995-4, 214 S.

     

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    ISBN: 978-3-7069-0778-1
    DDC Categories: 830
    : Praesens Verlag
    Subjects: Brecht, Bertolt; Queer-Theorie
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  3. Voice and Perception : An evolutionary approach to the basic functions of narrative
    Published: 09.09.2015

    Whereas in traditional models of literary narrative we had to deal with typologies mainly (for instance, of "narrative situations"; see Stanzel 1971, 1984; Fludernik and Margolin 2004; Genette 1980), we now possess a systematic description of the... more

     

    Whereas in traditional models of literary narrative we had to deal with typologies mainly (for instance, of "narrative situations"; see Stanzel 1971, 1984; Fludernik and Margolin 2004; Genette 1980), we now possess a systematic description of the imagination evoked by a text, which takes into account the quasi-ontological (see Bortolussi and Dixon 2003) status of its constituents. In this chapter I search for the cognitive functions that correlate with the text features of "voice" and "perception" and for how they bring about such a "layered" imagination in the reader. The aim is to explain how and why literary narratives can run properly in the human mind-which is another way of asking how humans could develop narrative discourse as a way of communication at all.

     

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    ISBN: 978-0-292-72888-2
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    Subjects: Narrativität; Stimme; Kognitionswissenscahft
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  4. Evolutionary psychology as a heuristic in literary studies
    Published: 09.09.2015

    There has been a great deal of uproar about Darwinian approaches in literary scholarship. Statements range from enthusiastic prophecies of a new paradigm for literary studies to acrimonious scoldings of reductionism. Believing that the major... more

     

    There has been a great deal of uproar about Darwinian approaches in literary scholarship. Statements range from enthusiastic prophecies of a new paradigm for literary studies to acrimonious scoldings of reductionism. Believing that the major challenge is first to find good questions to which evolutionary psychology might provide us with good answers, I outline and critically assess different veins of argumentation as revealed in recent contributions to the field. As an alternative to some simplistic mimeticism in present Literary Darwinism, I put forward the idea of evolutionary psychology as a heuristic theory that serves to resolve defined problems in interpretation and literary theory.

     

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    ISBN: 978-90-420-3397-9
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    Subjects: Literaturwissenschaft; Evolutionspsychologie; Heuristik
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  5. Is storytelling a biological adaptation? : Preliminary thoughts on how to pose that question
    Published: 10.09.2015

    Verbal storytelling – in a sense broad enough to include all forms from casual conversation across oral folklore to written literature – seems to be a universal human activity and has thus been considered an evolutionary adaptation several times in... more

     

    Verbal storytelling – in a sense broad enough to include all forms from casual conversation across oral folklore to written literature – seems to be a universal human activity and has thus been considered an evolutionary adaptation several times in the past few years. The fact that a particular trait is a species-wide universal, however, does not automatically make it an adaptation; it could also be a contingent universal, that is, a cultural behavior which notably relies on biological substrates and therefore emerges in similar fashions in all human cultures, times, and milieus. Yet verbal storytelling is not only universal but also distinct to our species. The uniqueness of a trait can indeed be indicative of a biological adaptation1 in that we have reason to assume that this trait emerged newly in the given animal lineage and thus might owe its existence to the process of natural selection. However, since verbal storytelling completely depends on language, that is, another uniquely human faculty, the uniqueness of storytelling is hardly surprising and cannot serve as a conclusive argument for considering storytelling itself to be a specifically selected trait. Storytelling could simply be a particular use of language (though we shall see below that the relationship between language and narration is a little more complicated). A third possible indication of a biological adaptation, however, is the fact that storytelling seems to be a notably self-rewarding activity. It occurs on a much larger scale than would seem justified by rational choice or other reasons. As fitness-enhancing behaviors should, as a rule, be intrinsically motivated under certain conditions, the unusually high frequency of storytelling might indeed be revealing of an innate preference for this behavior.

     

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    ISBN: 978-3-11-026859-1
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    Subjects: Erzählen; Evolutionspsychologie; Kulturelle Evolution
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