By Marlies Kronegger (auth.), Marlies Kronegger, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (eds.)
Bringing allegory into the sunshine from the forget into which it fell skill concentrating on the wondrous heights of the human spirit in its value for culture.
modern philosophies and literary theories, which provide pre-eminence to basic linguistics types (symbol and metaphor), appear to prefer simply that which makes intelligible verbal exchange attainable. yet they fall brief in accounting for the inner most subliminal founts that steered the brain to exalt in good looks, advantage, transcending aspiration.
the current, wealthy assortment exhibits how allegory, incorporating the hovering of the spirit, bargains highlights for tradition, with its fluctuations and transformation. This collective attempt, wealthy in principles and intuitions and protecting an unlimited diversity of cultural manifestations, is a pioneering paintings, retrieving the imaginative and prescient of the exalted human spirit, bringing jointly literature, theatre, track and portray in a number of revealing perspectives.
The authors contain: M. Kronegger, Ch. Raffini, J. Smith, J.B. Williamson, H. Ross, M.F. Wagner, F. Divorne, L. Oppenheim, D.K. Heckerl, N. Campi de Castro, P. Saurez Pascual, M. Alfaro Amieiro, H. Fletcher Thompson, R.J. Wilson III, and A. Stensaas.
For experts, scholars and employees in philosophy, comparative literature, aesthetic phenomenologists and historians of art.
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Extra resources for Allegory Old and New: In Literature, the Fine Arts, Music and Theatre, and Its Continuity in Culture
Thus his treatise On Interpretation provided an insight into the application of negation: Since it is possible to enunciate that what belongs to a subject does not belong to it and what does not, does, and what does not, does not, and to enunciate these in regard to those times outside of the present as well as of the present, it could be possible to deny whatever someone affirms and to affirm what he denies. It is evident, therefore, that there is a negation opposed to every affirmation opposed to every negation.
Vv. 69-72)2 "Louis est Ie plus jeune et Ie plus grand des Rois": tel sera Ie refrain du prologue. Sans negliger Ie rOle de la flatterie qui assure au poete la protection royale, ne pourrait-on pas affirmer que Ie dessein de glorifier la monarM. Kronegger and A-T. ), Analecta Husserliana XLII, pp. 49-60. © 1994 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 50 HELENE VISENTIN chie en pleine Fronde est un acte politique, du moins une prise de position audacieuse par rapport au conflit qui dresse les princes contre la royaute?
29-35. © 1994 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 30 JADWIGA SMITH principles, is beyond doubt and question. Still, its "truth" has to be communicated and taught to the believers in a perpetual cycle of teachers and pupils. At the same time, a mere recital of the articles of Christian faith would not sustain the interest of pupils, or, in this particular case, the audience. In other words, in addition to the practical, that is the pedagogical aspect of theatrical performance, there is also a need for a dramatically rendered feeling of awe, a need to express a grand, almost everlasting sense of magnitude of what is to be revealed through the medium of the stage play.