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The Cognitive Revolution in Western Culture: Volume 1: The Birth of Expectation
Limited preview - 1989
ability able action Anglo-Saxon anthropologists appear audience awareness Azande belief Beowulf Byrhtnoth causal cause and effect century chain of cause characters chronology clock cognitive processes comedy complex plot context course culture Cymbeline dramatic illusion dramatists English entirely episode evidence example expectations expressed fact feel Forman future Gawain Gentlemen of Verona Gnomic Verses Gorboduc habits of thought happen Hopi Hopi language human imaginative intentions involved Johan King lines literary literature logical Macbeth means medieval mind medieval period modes of thought Montaillou murder narrative natural occur ordeal passage past pattern perhaps play poem possible prediction present primitive cognitive processes primitive societies probability prophecy question rational recognise reference response scene Second Shepherds seems sense sequence sequential Shakespeare Simon Forman simply sort story material structure supernatural temporal thought tend things thought processes Titus Andronicus trial by ordeal Winter's Tale word