By Edward John Routh
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At the level of a single life, the autobiographical narrative shows life as unified and whole. In stories about other lives and in histories of social groups, narrative shows the interconnectedness and significance of seemingly random activities. And in the imaginative creation of stories about fictitious characters, either passed on as part of a cultural heritage or as contemporary artistic creations, The Cognitive Value of Fictional Narratives 35 narrative displays the extensive variety of ways in which life might be drawn together into a unified adventure.
P. 49). In cognitive terms, a narrative may furnish a deontological explanation, an explanation of why things should have been not so but otherwise, giving plausibility to the set of socially shared norms and consolidated uses. As a specific mode of discourse, narratives give sense to events and their relations; they are useful tools for interpreting the normative dimension of the social and justifying any departure from the normative order; they may even be intended as alternatives to apparently more reliable communication modes, such as rhetorical argumentation or scientific demonstration.
This form of temporal organization of events is closer to the way individual actors mould their everyday experience, as a meaningful interconnection of actions and events. Narration is a particular way of dealing with the way people, in their everyday intercourses, give meaning to their daily experience. A relevant question is related to the specificity of narrative as a mode of knowing. What do we know by constructing narratives? If one expects narratives to able to give access to the kind of certain, generalizable knowledge as that evoked by Dawes, they would be disappointed.
A treatise on dynamics of a particle by Edward John Routh