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Este estudio utiliza el concepto de "theory of mind" teoria de la mente y toma en cuenta el contexto historico de Cervantes para considerar algunas posibles intenciones autoriales en la composicion del Quijote y reflexionar sobre las repercusiones que podrian haber resultado como consecuencia de esos propositos. En particular, se enfoca en las prohibiciones contra la Biblia en lengua vulgar como posible motivacion para algunos aspectos visuales de la primera novela moderna, y examina el uso potencial de la ecfrasis como referencia cifrada a varios simbolos cristianos.

En especifico, el simbolo de Cristo llamado Ichthus el pez se pone bajo la lupa de la investigacion para indagar la posibilidad de que hubiera sido una fuente de inspiracion para el nombre Quixote, tomando en cuenta citas de la novela y las imagenes que podrian sugerir. Estos elementos visuales son considerados a la luz de recientes avances en el campo de la percepcion visual en cuanto a su impacto inicial en Cervantes, el proceso cognitivo en la imaginacion del autor, y la manera en la cual dichas impresiones podrian haberse manifestado en el consiguiente producto literario.

What was in the embodied mind of the human being of flesh and blood who authored the novel when it was written will always be inaccessible to the reader removed in time and place from the author. However, "the potential empirical difficulties of elucidating the fact of the matter--the executive intentions of the creator--do not negate that there is a fact of the matter" Swirski Therefore, arriving at some level of incontrovertible knowledge about the artist's thought cannot be the only or even primary goal of using approaches informed by such research.

Rather, the taking into consideration of the new information gathered by the cognitive sciences which examine how human perception functions and interacts with language can be the impetus for posing new questions that allow for fresh and original interpretations of texts, even those that have been examined and investigated for centuries.

With any luck, these new lines of inquiry may bring us closer to understanding the authorial objectives. For, as Umberto Eco argues, it is a "dangerous critical heresy" to read whatever we may want into a text, and it is paramount that the reader always be "moved by a profound respect" for "the intention of the text" 5.

This study takes as a starting point the suggestion of several scholars that certain anti-Inquisitorial critiques as well as possibly subversive ideas are present in Don Quixote, written between the lines of the novel by its author Miguel de Cervantes. By constructing and adapting a working theory of mind of Cervantes, this investigation attempts to uncover ways in which he may have attempted to communicate messages that were decipherable by his intended audience, but which were Cervantes lands a left hook: baiting the inquisition with ekphrastic subversion.

Author: Massimiliano A. Date: Spring Publisher: Cervantes Society of America. Document Type: Article. Length: 13, words.

Access from your library This is a preview. Get the full text through your school or public library. Source Citation Giorgini, Massimiliano A. Accessed 4 June





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