Metafory, kterými hrajeme : perspektivy a meze české kognitivní teatrologie

Variant title
Metaphors we act by : prospects and limits of the Czech cognitive theatrology
Source document: Theatralia. 2015, vol. 18, iss. 1, pp. 65-84
Extent
65-84
  • ISSN
    1803-845X (print)
    2336-4548 (online)
Type: Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
The given study presents the main terms and theoretical concepts of cognitive theatrology. The author aims at making the Czech audience acquainted with the foundation texts of this relatively new branch of theatre studies which draws abundantly from other disciplines, and indicate its possible application in research. Discussion is carried on what is the use of cognitive science in theatre research, which issues it can handle, and what methodology it employs.
Note
  • Tato studie vychází za podpory grantového projektu Perspektivy a meze české kognitivní teatrologie (projekt MUNI/21/HAL/2014).
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