Fiaba e cognitivismo

  • Sara Uboldi Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia - Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze umanistiche
Parole chiave: Fiaba, neuroscienze cognitive, schema theory

Abstract

La relazione tra uomo e narrazione è molto stretta e affonda le sue radici nelle basi biologiche e nei processi neurologici più profondi del cervello. In particolare, la fiaba si configura come un genere cognitivamente connaturato, in grado di corrispondere alle esigenze e alle strutture della mente umana. Questa convergenza tra l’architettura testuale del fiabesco e le strutture cognitive può, almeno in parte, spiegare il carattere di universalità del genere e la sua diffusione come dispositivo mnemonico, in grado di convogliare significati individuali e collettivi, e come ‘microsceneggiatura’ utile per agire nel mondo reale.

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Pubblicato
2013-06-04
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UboldiS. (2013). Fiaba e cognitivismo. ENTHYMEMA, (8), 110-140. https://doi.org/10.13130/2037-2426/2950
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Cognitive Poetics - A cura di Stefano Calabrese e Stefano Ballerio