EL ARTE COMO ARTIFICIO; Autor. Shklovski. INTEGRANTES: Antonieta Ontiveros Ruiz; Adriana López Núñez; Gabriela G. Agis Mendoza. Dra. Flor de María. 16; Louis Vax, Arte y literatura fantásticas (Buenos Aires: Eudeba, ), p. 6. 2. Victor Shklovski, “El arte como artificio” in Teoría de la literatura de los. Shklovski, Viktor (). El arte como artificio (). In Todorov, Tzvetan (Ed.), Teoría de la literatura de los formalistas rusos. Argentina: Siglo XXI, pp.

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The example of Little Red Riding Hood is very illustrative: In the same way, these concepts of Gameplay and Play are in line with those already mentioned by Alfonso Cuadradopp. Second, and in terms of the possible ambiguity of a fictional framework, the reference of a world allows the remarking of boundaries between that which belongs to that set and that which remains outside of it.

Many students, over the years, helped me develop ideas, particularly participants in my seminar on Spanish Petrarchism, and my research assistants: These agreements are inscribed in what the Philosophy of language has called pragmatics, i.

The value of postponement, hedonistic as well as moral, is considerable” But, once again, it seems possible to say, in a certain sense, that Pegasus can fly and, thus, that there are horses gifted with this ability. For me Bloom himself serves a heuristic purpose, which brings several advantages. The isolation of Analytical Philosophy in relation to other knowledge areas intimately connected to fictionality — literary theory, semiotics, anthropology — implies interpretations that have little to do with the imaginary as a cultural force and that instead focus on fitting fiction into a logical-referential framework far from its natural character.

I argue that this tendency represented an attempt to excuse their own shortcomings, their own failure to achieve according to the antique standards that they themselves had reestablished, and the desire on the part of the later humanists for a degree of priority.

To this, a third time is added, also proposed by Genette: For Lewis, all that is, exists. He gave them a large house, lots of money and was limited to simulating — in a stereotypical way — the life of the singer Nirvana through constant fights with his wife and marathon sessions of alcohol, television and guitar solos.


And contemporary action films are increasingly influenced, aesthetically and narratively, by the great productions of Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. Norms1—3, 16—18is the reader as an implied, fictionalized entity Ongas a hermeneutic principle Gadamer, Jaussand as a phenomenological reality Ingarden. By equating his conversion, from one type of poetry to another, to St. It should also be noted here the emergence of automata, animal or human figurines that do mechanical actions.

He defends, by appealing to the examples of Horace and Quintilian, the need for an artearhe. Who will waste time in answering them? The nature and the workings of the cycle are ambiguous, for the argument is mythological rather than scientific, and only in the case of Rome’s conquest of Greece does he suggest how dominance is passed on.

But if his story is fiction, he is not really doing these things. What happens if I kill my travel companion to avoid a worse evil? Victor, “Probleme der literarischen Gattungsgeschichte”, Deuts The singular approach of the American philosopher regarding the phenomenon of fictional worlds thus moves away from any ontological debate.

This confrontation took place between two groups of academics — the so-called ludologists — who saw Narratology as a threat to the establishment of a new discipline that made video games central objects of study and, on the other hand, the narratologists who considered video games yet another medium that participated in the ecological system of traditional narrative.

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Poetry and Theory in the Spanish Renaissance. In this way, Bembo describes each culture’s sense of co,o to a preceding one, which is itself largely forgotten as the new cultures arise.

As a result, major theorists in the study of fiction have dismissed the literal transfer of possible worlds in Philosophy, especially those originating from the Analytical school of thought, and have chosen a reinterpretation more appropriate to the cultural nature of fiction and better connected to literary textual semantics Dolezel,p.

Indeed, he uses the digestive trope to emphasize how much labor he expended on study of the principal classical authors, to the point that they have been absorbed and transformed into a part of himself; in actuality, it is the very gulf between them that allows him the freedom to imitate these models in the fashion that Greene dubbed “heuristic.


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From this concept of story as a simulated act of storytelling, Lewis refines his implicit operator, from so-called Analysis 0 to Analysis 2. Therefore, it falls into a literal comparison between narration and fiction. In fact, possibilism goes one step further by considering that aliens pre-exist while they are, and if subsequently they exist for us for example, because they land on our planetit would not invalidate the previous statement. Second, we will propose an integrated model between the rules of the game ludusnarration and fiction that we call the sh,lovsky world.

This historical discussion of the origins of ancient poetry ends with an account of meter and rhyme in ancient Christian hymnody, which Encina sees as the genesis of modern vernacular poetry; but he asserts that the Spanish received it only through the mediation of the Italians:.

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Photography and film go against the flight simulator. First, and in comparison to the technicism of the diegesis concept, the idea of worlds refers shklovksy an easily assimilated mental construction by both authors and readers or viewers by establishing a measure of anthropocentric scale.

There is relatively little of Petrarch’s moral questioning in this poetry, which depends on the fantasy that the impossible should be possible, without asking whether it is deserved.

Although Petrarch clearly looks up to their achievements and feels that his own culture as a whole has no comparable attainments, he is not ashamed to admit he has read their work. This definition follows the one I presented inwhich was later expanded at Ludology.