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eBook Computing Action (Narratologia) ePub

by Jan Christoph Meister

  • ISBN: 3110176289
  • Category: Computer Science
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Jan Christoph Meister
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: De Gruyter (October 23, 2003)
  • Pages: 364
  • ePub book: 1425 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1634 kb
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Computing Action takes a new approach to the phenomenon of narrated action in literary texts. It begins with a survey of philosophical approaches to the concept of action, ranging from analytical to transcendental and finally constructivist definitions

Computing Action takes a new approach to the phenomenon of narrated action in literary texts. It begins with a survey of philosophical approaches to the concept of action, ranging from analytical to transcendental and finally constructivist definitions. This leads to the formulation of a new model of action, in which the core definitions developed in traditional structuralist narratology and Greimassian semiotics are reconceptualised in the light of constructivist theories.

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Computing Action (Narratologia). by Jan Christoph Meister. ISBN 9783110176285 (978-3-11-017628-5) Hardcover, De Gruyter, 2003. Find signed collectible books: 'Computing Action (Narratologia)'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder

Jan Christoph Meister ist wissenschaflicher Angestellter und Projektleiter in der Forschergruppe Narratologie der Universität Hamburg. Series: Narratologia (Book 6).

Jan Christoph Meister ist wissenschaflicher Angestellter und Projektleiter in der Forschergruppe Narratologie der Universität Hamburg. Tom Kindt ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität Göttingen. Wilhelm Schernus ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in der Forschergruppe Narratologie der Universität Hamburg.

Jan Christoph Meister. Computing Action takes a new approach to the phenomenon of narrated action in literary texts.

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Jan Christoph Meister (author), Marie-Laure Ryan (foreword), Alastair Matthews (translator).

"Computing Action" takes a new approach to the phenomenon of narrated action in literary texts. It begins with a survey of philosophical approaches to the concept of action, ranging from analytical to transcendental and finally constructivist definitions. This leads to the formulation of a new model of action, in which the core definitions developed in traditional structuralist narratology and Greimassian semiotics are reconceptualised in the light of constructivist theories. In the second part of the study, the combinatory model of action proposed is put into practice in the context of a computer-aided investigation of the action constructs logically implied by narrative texts. Two specialised literary computing tools were developed for the purposes of this investigation of textual data: EVENTPARSER, an interactive tool for parsing events in literary texts, and EPITEST, a tool for subjecting the mark-up files thus produced to a combinatory analysis of the episode and action constructs they contain. The third part of the book presents a case study of Goethe's "Unterhaltungen deutscher Ausgewanderten". Here, the practical application of theory and methodology eventually leads to a new interpretation of Goethe's famous Novellenzyklus as a systematic experiment in the narrative construction of action - an experiment intended to demonstrate not only Goethe's aesthetic principles, but also, and more fundamentally, his epistemological convictions.