The possible place of relevance theory in a cognitive explanation of literature

  title={The possible place of relevance theory in a cognitive explanation of literature},
  author={Jos{\'e} Luis Guijarro Morales},
The concept Literature is a complex one. Relevance Theory can describe in a cognitive and scientific way its communicative operations that do not distinguish it from other types of discourse in a fundamental way. What is urgently needed is a cognitive scientific approach to the artistic aspects of this concept. In this paper, a possible way is offered in outline. 


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