Konverentsi "Järjepidevalt loov" raames toimus esimene Juri Lotmani loeng
Lotman’s contribution to semiotic theory, anthroposemiotics, the study of artistic texts and defining the relationship between language and culture represent some of the most powerful work produced within the Tartu–Moscow School of Semiotics. Key fundamental principles of Lotman’s theoretical work include a fully developed dynamic and interactive modelling of the semiosphere, the importance of acknowledging multiple (never singular) languages as minimums of semiotic meaning-generation, culture text-level generation of collective memory, and the ever-present tension in communication acts. These principles are essential in deepening our understanding of the neurological interface of language, memory and culture. This presentation will explore the importance of Lotmanian paradigms for understanding variation at the neurological level by examining human evolution of higher cognitive functions and cognitive neuroscience approaches to the study of brain and languages.
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