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SOURCE:   Manuscript. Tambov: Gramota, 2019. № 11. P. 341-345.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/manuscript.2019.11.64

COGNITIVE THEATRE STUDIES AS AN ATTEMPT OF ANALYZING MENTAL PROCESSES IN THE CONTEXT OF POST-DRAMATIC THEATRE

Alesenkova Viktoriya Nikolaevna
Saratov State Conservatoire


Submitted: 30.08.2019.
Abstract. The article is devoted to identifying the prospects of a new trend in theatre studies - a cognitive one, which is considered as a study of mental images and mental processes on the basis of non-verbal theatrical language. The author develops a comprehensive conception of creative thinking in relation to post-dramatic theatre, which is dichotomic by nature. Adapting certain categories of cognitive linguistics and cognitive psychology to theatrical realia, the author introduces such notions as a mythic concept, a meta-symbol and a conceptual symbol into a theatrological analysis.
Key words and phrases: когнитивное театроведение, творческое мышление, ментальные образы, постдраматический театр, метасимвол, мифический концепт, концептуальный символ, восприятие, cognitive theatre studies, creative thinking, mental images, post-dramatic theatre, meta-symbol, mythic concept, conceptual symbol, perception.
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