Representations of Space and Past in the Context of Cognitive Sciences: Cognitive Maps, Lieux De Mémoire (Realms of Memory), Interpresentation Networks
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Representations of Space and Past in the Context of Cognitive Sciences: Cognitive Maps, Lieux De Mémoire (Realms of Memory), Interpresentation Networks
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S207987840016354-8-1
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10.18254/S207987840016354-8
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George Shpak 
Affiliation:
Institute of World History RAS
Ural Federal University
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow; Ekaterinburg
Abstract

The article deals with the main concepts developed within the framework of cognitive disciplines, focused on the interaction with the images of space and the past, which in psychobiological terms are equal. An attempt is made to compare the development of concepts determining the interaction of consciousness and “external” images in Geography and History. Based on the review of the subject of cognitive research, it is concluded that scholars engaged in the development of the issue of representation should establish interdisciplinary connections, which will enrich both cognitive history and cognitive geography.

Keywords
cognitive geography, images of space, images of the past, memory studies, lieux de mémoire, collective memory, cognitive maps
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28.02.2021
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15.09.2021
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