Knowledge, Sign And Interpretation

Edin Pobrić

Abstract


The paper deals with the problem of the relationship of knowledge positioned within two disciplines: science and narration. It is common for them to view knowledge here as a kind of discourse, that is, the fact that in modern age knowledge places its key attention on the language. Narrative form, in this sense, is a special kind of knowledge. Novel, for example, as a representative type of narration, has certain criteria for the subject: he suggests or prescribes what is good and what is bad. Then, the novel allows multiple statements, a plurality of rules, a variety of language games. Finally, there are special rules for conveying this type of knowledge: knowledge in romanesque form is essentially related to its form. It means that from the scientific knowledge we can not judge either the existence or the value of the narrative, and it is valid also: essential criteria are not equal in both.

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sign; knowledge; science; narration

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