The phenomenon of Napoleon in the German spirit of Napoleon’s age
... pre-romanticism as signs of literary diagnostics indicative of the contradictory dialectics of artistic consciousness in distinguishing the “codes” of life and death in arts. The completely opposite assessment of Napoleon in the history of German romanticism identifies the problem of a human being as a “field of fate” — a site of the battle between the Light and Darkness. The author emphasises the transformation of the legend of Napoleon in the German romanticism from the idealisation of ...
The "aesthetic turn": from Kant and romanticism to modern philosophy
... in contemporary philosophy and the increasing importance of aesthetic categories and art experience for contemporary theories. Kant’s aesthetics, concepts of beauty, the sublime, genius, as well as various aspects of their interpretation within the romantic doctrine of "new mythology" and aestheticisation of life, the discovery of a fragment as a way of poetic thinking became topical in contemporary debates about reality, knowledge, human being and society.
1. Бодрийяр Ж. Символический ...
The monuments of late Romanticism in the architecture of East Prussia
This article considers the architecture of the second third of the 19th century in Eastern Prussia, belonging to the period of German Romanticism. The author focuses on the reasons behind the development of this trend and the role of the King of Eastern Prussia, Frederick William IV, and the architect, F.-A. Stüler, in the history and architecture of that period.
1. Каталог ...
The female images in Hoffmann's The Serapion Brethren novella cycle
The female images in E. T. A. Hoffmann's cycle "The Serapion brethren" are compared to those traditional for German romanticism. The author emphasises the general romantic features of the female image and traces its evolution from the classical to ironical and parody ones.
The aesthetic position of A. A. Delvig as a critic
... considers the aesthetic views of Delvig as a critic and identifies the sources that help him develop individual criteria for assessing literary works. The author emphasises his original interpretation of theoretical problems of aesthetics characteristic of Romanticism. It is stressed that the category of harmony defined by Delving as a crucial principle of artistry is very productive in his system of views and underlies his own poetry.
1. Вацуро В. Э. Антон Дельвиг — литератор ...
A book about the life of Kant’s ideas (Kalinnikov L. E. T. A. Hof-fmann and I. Kant. The overcoming of romanticism)
Romantic Mythologisation in “New Poems” by Rainer Maria Rilke
The article analyses the peculiarities of Rainer Maria Rilke’s “New Poems” in the context of mythological constructions of German Romanticism.
The author formulates the hypothesis of mythologisation as the expression of the sacred in poetry. The epiphany of the image of the Thing (das Ding) is reached by means of artistic representations, which allows stating the connection between ...
Genius as a norm or the Moravian Church in the life and works of A. A. Fet
Based on the theory of genius presented in Kant’s Critique of Judgement, the author considers the idea of normal genius as opposed to the genius of Romanticism and Postmodernism. The influence of Postmodernism is manifested in popular interpretations of the works of great artists — especially, Russian ones — as a product of mental disorders and perversions. The author analyses an interpretation ...
At the edge of romanticism or beyond it? E. T. A. Hoffmann and the nature of art in Kant's aesthetics
... Стихотворения. Эстетика. Литературная критика. М., 1990.
18. Шлегель Фр. Фрагменты // Фр. Шлегель. Эстетика. Философия. Критика:
в 2 т. Т.1. М., 1983.
philosophy of Romanticism, Kant's aesthetics, nature of art, philosophical monism, dualism, aesthetic and artistic methodology, German idealism
Kalinnikov L. A.
The Christian context of H. Ch. Andersen’s fairy tales: The confines of the genre
The Christian context of H. C. Andersen’s fairy tales is considered from the perspective of the genre confines in view of the evolution of the author’s oeuvre. It is argued that the romanticism of Andersen’s fairy tales is rooted in his Christian worldview. The article traces the Christian axiology of Andersen’s fairy tales and emphasises their allegoric and parabolic nature. Andersen’s works introduce a certain type of ‘two-worldliness’,...
‘In Search of Lost Thought’: V. Greshnykh on the Structure of Creative Philosophy of the German Romanticism
1. Грешных В. И. Генрих фон Клейст: лекция А. В. Карельского // Балтийский филологический курьер. 2011. № 8.
2. Гугнин А. А. В. И. Грешных как исследователь немецкого романтизма:несколько юбилейных заметок // Художественный текст: современные интерпретации. Калининград, 2011.
3. Павлов Е. Шок памяти: Автобиографическая поэтика Вальтера Беньямина и Осипа Мандельштама. Берлинская хроника. М., 2005.
The concept of ideal space in V.A. Zhukovky’s lyric poetry
... психологизм цветообозначений в языке поэзии // Языковая структура и социальная среда: межвуз. сб. науч. трудов. Воронеж, 2000.
lyric poetry, romanticism, V.A. Zhukovsky, poetic space, Christianity, paradise.
An “exceptional character” in G. G. Byron’s Mazeppa
... Поэтика русского романтизма. М., 1976.
6. Мифы народов мира : энцикл. : в 2 т. М., 1991—1992.
7. Тресиддер Дж. Словарь символов. М., 1999.
Byron, Mazeppa, romanticism, exceptional character
Philosophy of images of nature in the “eastern” poems of G.G. Byron and “southern” poems of A.S. Pushkin
..., 1977—1979. Т. 4.
7. Тресиддер Д. Словарь символов. М., 1999.
8. Шеллинг Ф. В. Й. Философия искусства. М., 1966.
Byron, Pushkin, images of nature, “eastern” poems, “southern” poems, Romanticism, literary comparative studies, philosophy
Freedom as an axiological category in G. G. Byron’s mystery Cain
This article considers Byron’s work based on the well-known Biblical story, which was radically transformed by the poet. An analysis of one of the key categories of Romanticism – central to Byron’s oeuvre – helps show that the fictional conflict of the drama manifested in the images of Adam’s sons is based on the antithesis between the true and false freedom, whereas the general literary structure of the ...
The nature of the mystical in the works of Novalis and MacDonald
(дата обращения: 15.05.2010).
Macdonald, Novalis, fairy tale, literary fairy tale, myth, the mystical,
romanticism, symbol, symbolism.
The axiological discourse in A. Veltman’s poem The Woods of Murom
Based on the work of a famous 19th century Russian author, this article focuses on the development of the theme of robbers’ life, which was introduced by Pushkin and became central to Russian Romanticism. An analysis of the poem in the axiological aspect shows that A. Veltman – as well as other Russian poets – is interested in the moral and psychological reasons behind this phenomenon rather than social ones. The plot structure and the ...
The anarchist philosophy of Alexei Borovoy (on the history of Russian Bergsonianism)
. Подъем и упадок индустриального социализма. М., 2007.
Социал-демократия в начале века. М.,
Ryabov P. V.
«philosophy of life», romanticism, irrationalism, anarchism, liberty, personality, revolutionary syndicalism.
The house in the plot structure of A. I. Podolinsky’s poem “Borsky”
... Биобиблиографический словарь : в 2 т. М., 1990. Т. 2. С. 150—152.
13. Энциклопедия символов, знаков, эмблем / авт.-сост. В. Андреева [и др.]. М., 2001.
Romanticism, poem, plot, literary space, mythopoetics.
John Bunyan’s allegoric tradition in Clive Staples Lewis’s novel The Pilgrim’s Regress
... Historical Views / еd. by V. Newey. Liverpool, 1988. P. 186—240.
13. Lewis C. S. The Pilgrim’s Regress. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2014.
Gilmanov V. Kh., Kosinskaya A. S.
C. S. Lewis, intertextuality, allegory, palimpsest, John Bunyan, rea¬son, romanticism, Christianity
No politics: François Guizot’s historiosophy before 1814
... Johnson D. Guizot: Aspects of French History, 1787—1874. L., 1963.
17. Lessing G. E. Die Erziehung des Menschengeschlechts. Berlin, 1780.
18. Pouthas Ch.-H. Lа jeunesse de François Guizot. P., 1937.
François Guizot’s historiosophy, romanticism, empathy, civilization
Playing with spectres
... characteristics of artistic imagination and its poetic keys opening the ‘doors of perception’ that are closed to the other forms of social consciousness/unconsciousness. The article analyses E. T. A. Hoffmann’s novel The Sandman, which is interpreted as a romantic warning against symbolic plays with spectres generated by the mechanisation of thinking and being.
1. Bobkov, I. M. 2007, Kristeva Julia. Novejshij filosofskij slovar. Postmodernizm [The newest philosophical dictionary. Postmodernism]. Minsk,...
Enigma of magnetism in the mystery of the romantic spirit of E. T. A. Hoffmann (based on the novel «Der Magnetiseur»)
... Phantasten. Frankfurt a/M, 2000.
22. Schubert G. H. Ansichten von der Nachtseite der Naturwissenschaften // Kindlers Neues Literatur Lexikon / hrsg. von W. Jens. München, 1998. S. 28—29.
Gilmanov V. Kh., Koptsev I. D., Likhina N. E.
Hoffman, romanticism, sophianic, magnetism, demonization, mesmerism, freemasonry
Kant’s aesthetic theory in the light of H. G. Gadamer’s hermeneutic project
... It is concluded that Kant understands the category of play from the perspective of the subject, whereas Gadamer interprets it as an instance of movement, independent from the observer. The correlation between Kant’s aesthetic theory and the ensuing romantic concepts of is established. In the conclusion, the authors stresses the influence of Kant’s theory on the development of hermeneutics, which has been aimed at avoiding pseudo-understanding since German Romanticism.
1. Gadamer H.-G. 1991, Aktual’nost’ ...
Schliesslich will man ja Kunst schaffen. Daniel Kehlmanns humoristische Poetik («Finally, there is a need to create art»: Daniel Kehlmann’s humoristic poetics)
Daniel Kehlmann’s oeuvre is often interpreted as ‘ironic’ and thus put on a par with works following Friedrich Schlegel’s tradition of Romanticism. It would be more accurate to speak of ‘humour’ in the context of Schopenhauer’s philosophy of pessimism characteristic of the 19th century poetic realism. The central element is not nurturing ennui resulting from awareness of the con-trast ...
Kant, Nietzsche, and the Enlightenment: A comparative analysis
... enlightenment. Another focus is the functional status of the ‘guardian’ and the new interpretation of the ideas of maturity and freedom in Nietzsche’s understanding of the Enlightenment. This becomes possible after Nietzsche’s renunciation of Romanticism and experience of the death of God. Nietzsche extends Kant’s list of possible problems in achieving enlightenment — egoism, guardianship, sloth, and cowardice. For Nietzsche, the central problem is the dominant role of reason in the Enlightenment....