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, guiding values in life (also discussed by Kavenská & Simonová, 2015 ; Liester & Pricket, 2012 and others). Some psychedelic therapies aim to create “meaningful visual phenomena,” as well as changes to the personal narratives of patients ( Belser et

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The profound narrativization of contemporary culture in the large-scale “Narrative Turn” forces narratology to leave the paradigm established on the study of the novel, and a general narratology that embraces all kinds of narratives is urgently called for. The “fundamental retrospectiveness” for the definition of the narrative becomes an obstacle for such a narratology. This essay proposes a new definition for the minimal narrative by removing the “recounting” part, and, based on the new definition, an all-narrative typology as distinguished by three criteria: factuality/fictionality, media, and moods (intentional temporality). Finally the essay attempts a detailed analysis of the live television news since they occupy an important position in today’s culture and emphasizes that the uncertainty of the plot could lead to recycling of intention.

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Thucydides claims to have narrated each event in chronological sequence only in the Peloponnesian War, and even there he sometimes departs from that principle for narrative convenience. In the account of the Pentecontaetia in I 89–118. 2 events have likewise been grouped for narrative convenience, but in 103. 4–111 alternation between Greece and Egypt suggests events occurring about the same time, and Egyptian documents and the narrative dates of Diodorus Siculus do not disprove that.

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, and culture . The University of Chicago Press, Chicago Freeman, M. , (2007) Narrative and relation: The place of other in the story of the self. In Josselson, R. , Lieblich, A. , McAdams, D. , (eds) The meaning

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exercise to activate episodic memory-related pathways: a narrative review . Eur. J. Neurosci. 46 , 2067 – 2077 ( 2017 ) 10.1111/ejn.13644 28. Loprinzi PD

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Attempts at creating a new concept of literature •

(The Hungarian literature in Slovakia between the two world wars)

Hungarian Studies
Author: Zsófia Bárczi

concept(s), it is necessary to clarify the preconceptions which define the narrative prevailing in literary historiography and in talking about the phenomena of literature. Literary historiography is a genre affected by at least as subjective

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-formal (e.g., training programs), or informal (e.g. leisure time with friends) education settings ( BMBF, n.d. ). This article is based on literature research and the narrative-biographical interview with Charlin analyzed with the method of

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. 2012: Romani feminism in reactionary times. Signs 38(1): 11–21. Oprea A. Romani feminism in reactionary times Signs 2012 38 11 21 Prins, B. 2006: Narrative

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sharing economy businesses e.g. by Menne (2018) or Kosba et al. (2016) , but these are based on public blockchains. Our model has been built based on the narrative that a community currency created through smart contracts without blockchain technology

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The “Narrative about the Zographian Martyrs” («Разказ за зографските мъченици») is a monument of Old Bulgarian literature dating from the late 13th c. The paper examines the historical circumstances underlying the work, the literary characteristics of the “Narrative”, and its impact on later orthodox antiunionist literature.

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