Cognition, Mindreading, and Shakespeare's Characters.

By: Helms, Nicholas RMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandCognitive Studies in Literature and Performance Ser: Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (233 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783030035655Subject(s): Shakespeare, William-1564-1616-CharactersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cognition, Mindreading, and Shakespeare's CharactersDDC classification: 822.33 LOC classification: PN1-PN6790Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Chapter 1: The Mind's Construction: An Introduction to Mindreading in Shakespeare -- 1.1 Mindreading in Shakespeare's Macbeth -- 1.2 Overview of the Chapters -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: Reading the Mind: Cognitive Science and Close Reading -- 2.1 Character Criticism and the Importance of Lady Macbeth's Children -- 2.2 Contemporary Theories of Mindreading -- 2.3 The Rape of Lucrece as a Primer in the Mind's Construction -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3: Inferring the Mind: Parasites and the Breakdown of Inference in Othello -- 3.1 Parasiting Levels of Intentionality -- 3.2 Anxious Static in La Mandragola, Volpone, and The Duchess of Malfi -- 3.3 Iago's Chain of Inference -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4: Imagining the Mind: Empathy and Misreading in Much Ado About Nothing -- 4.1 Epistemology of the Blush -- 4.2 Imagination as Contagion -- 4.3 Extended Mind and the Ecology of Emotion -- 4.4 Overconfidence in Empathy -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5: Integrating Minds: Blending Methods in The King Is Alive and Twelfth Night -- 5.1 Characters of the Desert in Kristian Levring's The King Is Alive -- 5.2 Conceiving Ambiguity in Twelfth Night -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6: Finding the Frame: Inference in Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet -- 6.1 Seeing Death on Shakespeare's Stage -- 6.2 Spontaneous Generation as a Frame for Mindreading -- 6.3 Decaying Matter and Cognitive Ecology -- 6.4 Thinking Through Corpses in Romeo and Juliet -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7: Reading Incoherence: How Shakespeare Speaks Back to Cognitive Science -- 7.1 The Glass Delusion as a Model for Transparency -- 7.2 Hamlet's Finite Space of Solitary Confinement -- 7.3 Opaque Melancholy in The Two Noble Kinsmen -- 7.4 Cognitive Science and Deficit Models of Disability -- 7.5 Shakespeare's Use of Incoherence in King Lear.
7.6 Blending Inference and Imagination -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8: Mindreading as Engagement: Active Spectators and "The Strangers' Case" -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Intro -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Chapter 1: The Mind's Construction: An Introduction to Mindreading in Shakespeare -- 1.1 Mindreading in Shakespeare's Macbeth -- 1.2 Overview of the Chapters -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: Reading the Mind: Cognitive Science and Close Reading -- 2.1 Character Criticism and the Importance of Lady Macbeth's Children -- 2.2 Contemporary Theories of Mindreading -- 2.3 The Rape of Lucrece as a Primer in the Mind's Construction -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3: Inferring the Mind: Parasites and the Breakdown of Inference in Othello -- 3.1 Parasiting Levels of Intentionality -- 3.2 Anxious Static in La Mandragola, Volpone, and The Duchess of Malfi -- 3.3 Iago's Chain of Inference -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4: Imagining the Mind: Empathy and Misreading in Much Ado About Nothing -- 4.1 Epistemology of the Blush -- 4.2 Imagination as Contagion -- 4.3 Extended Mind and the Ecology of Emotion -- 4.4 Overconfidence in Empathy -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5: Integrating Minds: Blending Methods in The King Is Alive and Twelfth Night -- 5.1 Characters of the Desert in Kristian Levring's The King Is Alive -- 5.2 Conceiving Ambiguity in Twelfth Night -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6: Finding the Frame: Inference in Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet -- 6.1 Seeing Death on Shakespeare's Stage -- 6.2 Spontaneous Generation as a Frame for Mindreading -- 6.3 Decaying Matter and Cognitive Ecology -- 6.4 Thinking Through Corpses in Romeo and Juliet -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7: Reading Incoherence: How Shakespeare Speaks Back to Cognitive Science -- 7.1 The Glass Delusion as a Model for Transparency -- 7.2 Hamlet's Finite Space of Solitary Confinement -- 7.3 Opaque Melancholy in The Two Noble Kinsmen -- 7.4 Cognitive Science and Deficit Models of Disability -- 7.5 Shakespeare's Use of Incoherence in King Lear.

7.6 Blending Inference and Imagination -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8: Mindreading as Engagement: Active Spectators and "The Strangers' Case" -- Bibliography -- Index.

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