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Private Speech and Imagination: The Liminal Experience Between Myself and Others

Show simple item record Barros, Matías Fossa, Pablo Luca Picione, Raffaele de Molina, María Elisa 2021-01-20T14:08:56Z 2021-01-20T14:08:56Z 2020
dc.identifier.citation Human Arenas volume 3, pages458–469(2020) es
dc.identifier.uri es
dc.description.abstract This article presents the results of a theoretical investigation that aimed to develop a comprehensive model regarding the phenomenon of imagination and private speech as liminal experiences of consciousness. A theoretical articulation between the phenomena was developed to explain how imagination and private speech allow to make sense in the liminal space between inner and outer worlds. It is concluded that the double role of iconic and verbal signs allows to configure future experiences and to construct meanings in the transitional space between oneself and others. The iconic and verbal signs used in imaginative and private speech processes, respectively, allow to experience situations ‘as if they were real’, and at the same time, to distance from them as a mental play separated from reality. This is all based on an affective matrix which determines the emergence of mental meanings and mental content. This article constitutes a contribution to the study of micro-genetic intrapsychic liminal processes. es
dc.format.extent 14 p. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.subject Liminality es
dc.subject Imagination es
dc.subject Private speech es
dc.title Private Speech and Imagination: The Liminal Experience Between Myself and Others es
dc.type Article es

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