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Interpreting Love Narratives in East Asian Literature and Film
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1. About this book
2. About this course
4. Interpreting data and code
5. Selection, Organization / Matching (SO/M)
6. SO/M, "the (cultural) world," and "horizon of expectation"
7. A closer look at patterns
8. Patterns with gravitational power
9. Patterns with time-leaps
10. Ending an interpretation
11. Dialogue, bounded dialogue, and emergent knowledge
12. "Love" as we will view it
13. Cultural contexts as worldviews, ethical values, and common practices (WV/CP)
14. Reconstructing culture through Theory of Mind (ToM) and narratives
15. Context pluralities and their importance
16. Arrays of cultural groups and their WV/CP
17. Building interpretive projects: Theory meets practice
18. Quick reference list of principles, rules, guidelines, and advice
19. Introduction: Rules, guidelines, advice, and the principles that govern them
20. Discursive rules and shared terminology for precision in communication
21. Limiting the scope of interpretive projects
22. Deducing (gathering) possible cultural contexts via plausible ToM construction
23. Achieving outcome credibility and interest
24. Western cultural contexts
25. Early Greek philosophy
26. Judeo-Christian thought
27. Daoism, Confucianism, Buddhism – Overview
28. Ancient Chinese Cosmology, Daoism, and Daoist-like elements in East Asian love narratives
29. Confucianism in East Asian love narratives
30. Buddhism in East Asian love narratives
Ordered & cross-referenced list of key words, phrases, abbreviations and main ideas
Other works cited
Interpretation is born from curiosity.
Theory is passion given structure.
Interpreting Love Narratives in East Asian Literature and Film by John R Wallace is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.