Halk Psikolojisi Bağlamında Zihnin Dinsel-Mitsel Anlatı Kurgusu: Yaratılış Mitolojisi
Zöhre Eryılmaz, Harika
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In this study, which can be described as a mental approach to folklore and to deal with the mind in terms of folklore, the phenomena of folklore within the theory of mind are evaluated. In the journey of the mind, in the folklore point of view, "knowing" is the basis of our work to put the act of knowing what you know into sound and words. In this sense, it is mentioned that the human whose mind has evolved is not conscious without the narrative. The term homo-narrative has been introduced to the field in a rivaling form to the term homo-sapiens. Among the elements of language and various forms of religious and mythical conceptualization, first of all, it is mentioned that the conditions of the individual's self-awareness in the formation of the mind are expressed in language. Therefore, the formation ground of mythical narratives was discussed, and it was mentioned that all this mental process, that is, consciousness, constitutes a culture. In this process, it was explained how the identity of "we" was created so that the "me" and the self could find itself. During the creation of this identity, the formation of "cultural memory" is mentioned, including memory. Then, while talking about the human mind continuing on the path to form the narrative, first with sound and then with words, the holiness of the sound and the myths of this sacredness were evaluated in this process. Finally, based on folk psychology, "Is Archaic Human Mind and Child Mind Similar?" The answer to the question has been found in the context of mythical and ordinary experiences. It was mentioned how child narratives and mythical narratives are constructed in the mind, it was discussed whether a new theory could be taken into the formation of myth through myth theories, and Creation Mythology was examined in the context of Folk Psychology.