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Moralists observe people and reality turning their visual perceptions and their reflections into literary short forms of a fragmentary and open nature. At the same time, they scrutinize visual perception itself highlighting its cognitive limitations both explicitly, through content, and implicitly, using certain linguistic processes. The texts analysed here, written between the 16th and 18th century, tackle questions which are posed by cognitive sciences today, reaching similarly modern results. Furthermore, their way of writing can be correlated to certain characteristics of human perception.…mehr

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Moralists observe people and reality turning their visual perceptions and their reflections into literary short forms of a fragmentary and open nature. At the same time, they scrutinize visual perception itself highlighting its cognitive limitations both explicitly, through content, and implicitly, using certain linguistic processes. The texts analysed here, written between the 16th and 18th century, tackle questions which are posed by cognitive sciences today, reaching similarly modern results. Furthermore, their way of writing can be correlated to certain characteristics of human perception. The prismatically refracted diversité of both man and reality is reflected in the diversité of language.
Autorenporträt
Dr. Herrad Schmidt studierte Romanistik, Musikwissenschaft, DaF und Übersetzungswissenschaft und promovierte als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin in Französischer Philologie an der Universität Bonn, wo sie derzeit als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin tätig ist.