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2014, br. 143, str. 14-39
Istine i trivijalnosti književnih djela
Sveučilište u Rijeci, Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za filozofiju, Rijeka, Hrvatska
Ključne reči: argument iz trivijalnosti; kognitivna vrijednost književnosti; razumijevanje
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Temeljno polazište u radu jest stav prema kojem je književnost kognitivno vrijedna, u smislu da nudi određene kognitivne dobitke čitateljima. Ovaj se stav - kojeg nazivam intuitivnim stavom o kognitivnoj dimenziji umjetnosti - brani obzirom na jedan vrlo specifičan prigovor prema kojem književnost nudi samo one spoznaje koje su čitateljima već poznate, zbog čega je ona kognitivno trivijalna. Ovaj prigovor - kojeg nazivam argumentom iz kognitivne poznatosti - analizira se sa stajališta epistemologije, a ne, kao što je obično slučaj u književnoj estetici, estetike. Analiza pokazuje da postoje značajni kognitivni dobici koji su nam dostupni čak i u slučaju onih djela koja nude spoznaje s kojima smo već upoznati.
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DOI: 10.5937/kultura1443014v
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