Kam se poděla ryba? : dějiny jedné (možné) křesťanské reprezentace

Název: Kam se poděla ryba? : dějiny jedné (možné) křesťanské reprezentace
Zdrojový dokument: Sacra. 2011, roč. 9, č. 1, s. 5-21
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    1214-5351 (print)
    2336-4483 (online)
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The aim of this study is to present an alternative historiography where are traditional methods complemented by contemporary trends in cognitive science of religion. This approach understands history as process of creation, transformation and transmission of mental representations. I illustrate this on the topic of meal symbolism in early Christianity and in more detail on the representation of Jesus as a fish. The standard socio-functionalistic model does not help us to explain prevalence of certain representations over another one and so I show that it is in fact possible to get an interesting answer to this problem while using conceptual blending theory.
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