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The Routledge Handbook of Classics and Cognitive Theory

Edited by: Peter Meineck , William Michael Short , Jennifer Devereaux

Print publication date:  December  2018
Online publication date:  November  2018

Print ISBN: 9781138913523
eBook ISBN: 9781315691398
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315691398
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The Routledge Handbook of Classics and Cognitive Theory is an interdisciplinary volume that examines the application of cognitive theory to the study of the classical world, across several interrelated areas including linguistics, literary theory, social practices, performance, artificial intelligence and archaeology. With contributions from a diverse group of international scholars working in this exciting new area, the volume explores the processes of the mind drawing from research in psychology, philosophy, neuroscience, and anthropology, and interrogates the implications of these new approaches for the study of the ancient world.

Topics covered in this wide-ranging collection include: cognitive linguistics applied to Homeric and early Greek texts, Roman cultural semantics, linguistic embodiment in Latin literature, group identities in Greek lyric, cognitive dissonance in historiography, kinesthetic empathy in Sappho, artificial intelligence in Hesiod and Greek drama, the enactivism of Roman statues and memory and art in the Roman Empire.

This ground-breaking work is the first to organize the field, allowing both scholars and students access to the methodologies, bibliographies and techniques of the cognitive sciences and how they have been applied to classics.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Cognitive-functional grammar and the complexity of early Greek epic diction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The cognitive linguistics of Homeric surprise  Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Construal and immersion Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Roman cultural semantics Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Psycholinguistics and the classical languages Download PDF
Chapter  6:  The cognition of deception Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The forbidden fruit of compression in Homer Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Human cognition and narrative closure Download PDF
Chapter  9:  “I’ll imitate Helen”! Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The body-as-metaphor in Latin literature  Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Group identity and archaic lyric Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Plato’s dialogically extended cognition Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Cognitive dissonance, defeat, and the divinization of Demetrius Poliorcetes in early Hellenistic Athens Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Irony in theory and practice Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Roman ritual orthopraxy and overimitation Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Theory of mind from Athens to Augustine Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Sappho’s kinesthetic turn Download PDF
Chapter  18:  What do we actually see on stage? Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Mirth and creative cognition in the spectating of Aristophanic comedy Download PDF
Chapter  20:  The extended mind of Hephaestus Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Staging artificial intelligence Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Thinking with statues Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Animal sacrifice in Roman Asia minor and its depictions Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Art, architecture, and false memory in the Roman Empire Download PDF
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