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Hogan, Patrick Colm

Works: 51 works in 432 publications in 2 languages and 23,893 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  History  Encyclopedias  Cross-cultural studies  Sources  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, Author of introduction, Creator
Classifications: PR9080, 801.95
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Most widely held works by Patrick Colm Hogan
Philosophical approaches to the study of literature by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

12 editions published in 2000 in English and Spanish and held by 2,072 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Beginning with Greek, Arabic, and Sanskrit classics, Hogan explains the philosophical work that has been crucial to literary theory, moving through Kant and the German Idealists (Fichte, Schelling, Hegel) and post-Idealists (Nietzsche, Marx), to phenomenology, hermeneutics, and the recent European schools (Foucaultian historicism, structuralism, deconstruction, and so on). He also presents the Anglo-American tradition, from logical positivism to Wittgenstein and the Ordinary Language theorists, from Chomskyan linguistics to cognitive science and philosophy of science. Beyond the founding principles and general structure of these theories, Hogan illustrates their practical application and value with interpretive discussions of Othello and Agha Shahid Ali's "I Dream It Is Afternoon When I Return to Delhi."
Empire and poetic voice : cognitive and cultural studies of literary tradition and colonialism by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

16 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 1,992 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In Empire and Poetic Voice Patrick Colm Hogan draws on a broad and detailed knowledge of Indian, African, and European literary cultures to explore the way colonized writers respond to the subtle and contradictory pressures of both metropolitan and indigenous traditions. He examines the work of two influential theorists of identity, Judith Butler and Homi Bhabha, and presents a revised evaluation of the important Nigerian critics, Chinweizu, Jemie, and Madubuike. In the process, he presents a novel theory of literary identity based equally on recent work in cognitive science and culture studies. This theory argues that literary and cultural traditions, like languages, are entirely personal and only appear to be a matter of groups due to our assertions of categorical identity, which are ultimately both false and dangerous."--Jacket
The mind and its stories : narrative universals and human emotion by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

33 editions published between 2003 and 2014 in English and Spanish and held by 1,860 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Professor Hogan argues that, to a remarkable degree, the stories people admire in different cultures follow a limited number of patterns and that these patterns are determined by cross-culturally constant ideas about emotion. In formulating his argument, Professor Hogan draws on his extensive reading in world literature, experimental research treating emotion and emotion concepts, and methodological principles from the contemporary linguistics and the philosophy of science. He concludes with a discussion of the relations among narrative, emotion concepts, and the biological and social components of emotion."--Jacket
Joyce, Milton, and the theory of influence by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

11 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 1,849 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Affective narratology : the emotional structure of stories by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

20 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 1,818 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stories engage our emotions. This book helps us to understand how our own emotions fundamentally organize and orient stories. In light of recent cognitive research and wide reading in different narrative traditions, Patrick Colm Hogan argues that the structure of stories is a systematic product of human emotion systems
How authors' minds make stories by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

21 editions published between 2013 and 2015 in English and held by 1,294 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book explores how the creations of great authors result from the same operations as our everyday counterfactual and hypothetical imaginations, which cognitive scientists refer to as "simulations." Drawing on detailed literary analyses as well as recent research in neuroscience and related fields, Patrick Colm Hogan develops a rigorous theory of the principles governing simulation that goes beyond any existing framework. He examines the functions and mechanisms of narrative imagination, with particular attention to the role of theory of mind, and relates this analysis to narrative universals. In the course of this theoretical discussion, Hogan explores works by Austen, Faulkner, Shakespeare, Racine, Brecht, Kafka, and Calvino. He pays particular attention to the principles and parameters defining an author's narrative idiolect, examining the cognitive and emotional continuities that span an individual author's body of work
Cognitive science, literature, and the arts : a guide for humanists by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

20 editions published between 2003 and 2012 in English and held by 1,286 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cognitive Science, Literature, and the Arts is the first student-friendly introduction to the uses of cognitive science in the study of literature, written specifically for the non-scientist. Patrick Colm Hogan guides the reader through all of the major theories of cognitive science, focusing on those areas that are most important to fostering a new understanding of the production and reception of literature. This accessible volume provides a strong foundation of the basic principles of cognitive science, and allows us to begin to understand how the brain works and makes us feel as we read
Imagining Kashmir : emplotment and colonialism by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

11 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 1,192 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"During the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947, Kashmir Valley--an intricate mix of regional, ethnic, linguistic, religious, and caste communities--became a hotly disputed territory. With portions of the region divided among India, Pakistan, and the People's Republic of China, major territorial disputes, particularly between India and Pakistan, have persisted over historical and cultural claims to the land. 'Imagining Kashmir' negotiates the cinematic and literary imaginations of the Kashmir region's conflicts and diverse citizenship, analyzing a wide range of narratives from writers and directors such as Salman Rushdie, Bharat Wakhlu, Mani Rutman, and Mirza Waheed in conjunction with research in psychology, cognitive science, and social neuroscience. Hogan provides a historical and cultural analysis of Kashmir that advances the existing theoretical knowledge of narrative, colonialism, and their corresponding ideologies in relation to the the cognitive and affective operations of identity. Hogan considers how narrative organizes people's understanding of, and emotions about, real political situations, and the ways in which such situations in turn influence cultural narratives, re-forming and potentially deforming them"--Provided by publisher
The Cambridge encyclopedia of the language sciences by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

30 editions published between 2009 and 2014 in English and held by 1,186 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

One of the most important developments of the last fifty years has been the explosive increase in our knowledge about human language. Speech acquisition, reception, and production are arguably the most complex and distinctive operations of the human mind. This is a comprehensive and up-to-date reference resource for this knowledge
Understanding Indian movies : culture, cognition, and cinematic imagination by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

16 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 1,181 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In this book, Patrick Colm Hogan sets out through close analysis and explication of culturally particular information about Indian history, Hindu metaphysics, Islamic spirituality, Sanskrit aesthetics, and other Indian traditions to provide necessary cultural contexts for understanding Indian films. Hogan analyzes eleven important films, using them as the focus to explore the topics of plot, theme, emotion, sound, and visual style in Indian cinema. These films draw on a wide range of South Asian cultural traditions and are representative of the greater whole of Indian cinema. By learning to interpret these examples with the tools Hogan provides, the reader will be able to take these skills and apply them to other Indian films." "But this study is not simply culturalist. Hogan also takes up key principles from cognitive neuroscience to illustrate that all cultures share perceptual, cognitive, and emotional elements that, when properly interpreted, can help to bridge gaps between seemingly disparate societies. Hogan locates the specificity of Indian culture in relation to human universals, and illustrates this cultural-cognitive synthesis through his detailed interpretations of these films. This book will help both scholars and general readers to better understand and appreciate Indian cinema."--Jacket
The culture of conformism : understanding social consent by Patrick Colm Hogan( Book )

15 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 1,080 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"[Hogan's] goal is not merely to explain but to provide tools of understanding that will be of practical value to those who struggle for justice and freedom. Drawing from an impressive array of sources, his valuable study advances both ends considerably, no mean accomplishment."-Noam ChomskyIn this wide-ranging and informative work, Patrick Colm Hogan draws on cognitive science, psychoanalysis, and social psychology to explore the cultural and psychological components of social consent. Focusing in particular on Americans' acquiescence to a system that underpays and underrepresents the vast majority of the population, Hogan moves beyond typical studies of this phenomenon by stressing more than its political and economic dimensions.With new insights into particularly insideous forms of consent such as those manifest in racism, sexism, and homophobia, The Culture of Conformism considers the role of emotion as it works in conjunction with belief and with the formation of group identity. Arguing that coercion is far more pervasive in democratic societies than is commonly recognized, Hogan discusses the subtle ways in which economic and social pressures operate to complement the more obviously violent forces of the police and military. Addressing issues of narcissism, self-esteem, and empathy, he also explains the concept of "rational" conformity-that is, the degree to which our social consent is based on self-interest-and explores the cognitive factors that produce and sustain social ideology.Social activists, economic theorists, social psychologists, and political scientists will be intrigued and informed by this book
What literature teaches us about emotion by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

26 editions published between 2011 and 2014 in English and held by 1,026 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Literature provides us with otherwise unavailable insights into the ways emotions are produced, experienced and enacted in human social life. It is particularly valuable because it deepens our comprehension of the mutual relations between emotional response and ethical judgment. These are the central claims of Hogan's study, which carefully examines a range of highly esteemed literary works in the context of current neurobiological, psychological, sociological and other empirical research. In this work, he explains the value of literary study for a cognitive science of emotion and outlines the emotional organization of the human mind. He explores the emotions of romantic love, grief, mirth, guilt, shame, jealousy, attachment, compassion and pity - in each case drawing on one work by Shakespeare and one or more works by writers from different historical periods or different cultural backgrounds, such as the eleventh-century Chinese poet Li Ch'ing-Chao and the contemporary Nigerian playwright Wole Soyinka"-
Literary India : comparative studies in aesthetics, colonialism, and culture by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

15 editions published between 1995 and 1997 in English and held by 809 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The politics of interpretation : ideology, professionalism, and the study of literature by Patrick Colm Hogan( Book )

19 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 615 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

While affirming the profound importance of political analysis, Hogan is critical of prevalent doctrines. Specifically, Hogan examines and criticises several influential post-structuralist positions, advocating logical analysis and empirical enquiry, guided by Kantian ethics, in their stead
Rabindranath Tagore : universality and tradition by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

5 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 611 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Colonialism and cultural identity : crises of tradition in the anglophone literatures of India, Africa, and the Caribbean by Patrick Colm Hogan( Book )

11 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 526 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book examines the diverse responses of colonized people to metropolitan ideas and to indigenous traditions. Going beyond the standard isolation of mimeticism and hybridity--and criticizing Homi Bhabha's influential treatment of the former--Hogan offers a lucid, usable theoretical structure for analysis of the postcolonial phenomena, with ramifications extending beyond postcolonial literature. Developing this structure in relation to major texts by Derek Walcott, Jean Rhys, Chinua Achebe, Earl Lovelace, Buchi Emecheta, Rabindranath Tagore, and Attia Hosain, Hogan also provides crucial cultural background for understanding these and other works from the same traditions." (Pub. Web site)
Narrative discourse : authors and narrators in literature, film, and art by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

15 editions published between 2013 and 2018 in English and held by 514 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In Narrative Discourse: Authors and Narrators in Literature, Film, and Art, Patrick Colm Hogan reconsiders fundamental issues of authorship and narration in light of recent research in cognitive and affective science. He begins with a detailed overview of the components of narrative discourse, both introducing and reworking key principles. Based on recent studies treating the complexity of human cognition, Hogan presents a new account of implied authorship that solves some notorious problems with that concept. In subsequent chapters Hogan takes the view that implied authorship is both less unified and more unified than is widely recognized. In connection with this notion, he examines how we can make interpretive sense of the inconsistencies of implied authors within works and the continuities of implied authors across works. Turning to narrators, he considers some general principles of readers' judgments about reliability, emphasizing the emotional element of trust. Following chapters take up the operation of complex forms of narration, including parallel narration, embedded narration, and collective voicing ("we" narration). In the afterword, Hogan sketches some subtleties at the other end of narrative communication, considering implied readers and narratees. In order to give greater scope to the analyses, Hogan develops case studies from painting and film as well as literature, treating art by Rabindranath Tagore; films by David Lynch, Bimal Roy, and Kabir Khan; and literary works by Mīrābāī, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Margaret Atwood, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, and Joseph Diescho."--Publisher's description
Understanding nationalism : on narrative, cognitive science, and identity by Patrick Colm Hogan( )

17 editions published between 2009 and 2018 in English and held by 485 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"From the rise of Nazism to the conflict in Kashmir in 2008, nationalism has been one of the most potent forces in modern history. Yet the motivational power of nationalism is still not well understood. In Understanding Nationalism: On Narrative, Cognitive Science, and Identity, Patrick Colm Hogan begins with empirical research on the cognitive psychology of group relations to isolate varieties of identification, arguing that other treatments of nationalism confuse distinct types of identity formation. Synthesizing different strands of this research, Hogan articulates a motivational groundwork for nationalist thought and action." "Understanding Nationalism goes on to elaborate a cognitive poetics of national imagination, most importantly, narrative structure. Hogan focuses particularly on three complex narrative prototypes that are prominent in human thought and action cross-culturally and trans-historically. He argues that our ideas and feelings about what nations are and what they should be are fundamentally organized and oriented by these prototypes. He develops this hypothesis through detailed analyses of national writings from Whitman to George W. Bush, from Hitler to Gandhi."--BOOK JACKET
Criticism and Lacan : essays and dialogue on language, structure, and the unconscious by Patrick Colm Hogan( Book )

9 editions published between 1990 and 1994 in English and held by 431 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On interpretation : meaning and inference in law, psychoanalysis, and literature by Patrick Colm Hogan( Book )

13 editions published between 1995 and 2009 in English and Undetermined and held by 373 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hogan argues that the basis of interpretive method is ordinary inferential reasoning - that there is no general methodological difference between interpretation in the humanities and theory construction in the physical sciences. Further, the nature of interpretation does not entail cultural, historical, or other forms of relativism, as is commonly thought. However, this does not imply that there is only one way of approaching interpretation or that there is one true meaning of any particular work. Rather, there are many kinds of interpretation and many kinds of meaning and the interpreter is free to stipulate one of these in the context of a particular enquiry. More exactly, discussing the constraints upon stipulation, Hogan says that, although there are a large number and variety of intents (those of authors and readers, conscious and unconscious), there are no nonintentional meanings - Platonic, social, essential, or otherwise
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Empire and poetic voice : cognitive and cultural studies of literary tradition and colonialism
Empire and poetic voice : cognitive and cultural studies of literary tradition and colonialismThe mind and its stories : narrative universals and human emotionAffective narratology : the emotional structure of storiesCognitive science, literature, and the arts : a guide for humanistsThe Cambridge encyclopedia of the language sciencesUnderstanding Indian movies : culture, cognition, and cinematic imaginationThe culture of conformism : understanding social consentWhat literature teaches us about emotion
Alternative Names
Colm Hogan, Patrick 1957-

Hogan, Patrick C. 1957-

Hogan, Patrick Colm

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