Versmių labirintai : Proklo hermeneutinė filosofija ir mistagogija

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knyga / Book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Versmių labirintai: Proklo hermeneutinė filosofija ir mistagogija
Alternative Title:
Labyrinth of sources. Hermeneutical philosophy and mystagogy of Proclus
Publication Data:
Vilnius : Eugrimas, 2002.
Pages:
247 p
Notes:
Bibliografija.
Contents:
įvadas — Interpretacijų įvairovė ir metafizinio pradmens kontūrai — Proklas antikinės hermeneutikos kontekste — Filosofija kaip komentaras — Mitologijos ir dialektikos dermė — Užsklanda — Literatūra — Summary.
Keywords:
LT
Proklas, hermeneutika, teurgija, mistagogija.
EN
Procles, Hermeneutics, Theurgy, Mystagogy.
Summary / Abstract:

LTMonografijoje aptariami vieno žymiausių vėlyvosios antikos filosofų - neoplatoniko Proklo hermeneutikos principai, atskleidžiant jo puoselėtą interpretacijos teorijos, dialektikos ir teurgijos santarvę, kuri pasireiškė V a. Atėnų ir Aleksandrijos "pagoniškosios" kultūros kontekte. Aptariami metafiziniai-teologiniai Platono, Aristotelio, Homero ir "Chaldijų orakulų" aiškinimo būdai, išryškinant specifines "paslėptos prasmės", analogijos, atvaizdo, "žodinės skulptūros", sintemos ir simbolio kategorijas. Proklo filosofija ir mistagogija ("filosofinių misterijų" dalyvių vedimas link intelekto šviesos ir jungties su pradais) pateikiamos plačiame kultūrologinės analizės fone, siekiant parodyti giluminę tradicinės helėnų kultūros vienybę, pranokstančią vienpusišką racionalizmo ir misticizmo priešpriešą. [Anotacija knygoje]

EN[...] The main task of thesis is to inquire how the Pradine synthesis of dialectic and myth is possible and in which fashion it is to be accomplished. The first two chapters deal with the conception of hermeneutics in the ancient Hellenic world, its connection with interpretation of oracles, divination, and certain linguistic theories. The hermeneutical strategies of Proclus are explored at the background of Neoplatonic exegesis of Plato’s "Phaedrus" and "Cratylus" as well as Aristotle’s treatise "Peri hermeneias". In the third chapter the commentary tradition of Plato and Aristotle is explored in the context of Neoplatonic "paideia", along with the rules of exegesis developed from Iamblichus to Proclus. The premises and hermeneutical procedures of the Procline "scientific theology" are investigated, thus emphasizing the role of Plato’s "Parmenides" for the structure of Neoplatonic metaphysics which is imagined as reflecting the hieratic and ontological structure of the reality per se. The four modes of theological interpretation, found in Proclus "Theologia Platonica", namely, "entheastikos", "dialektikos", "sumbolikos", and "eikonikos" are discussed and their crucial importance for the Procline hermeneutical philosophy as a whole is demonstrated.In the fourth chapter the connection of dialectic and myth is explored in order to explain the meaning of various concepts and categories in Proclus. The main attention is paid to the harmony between the symbolical and rational aspects of reality: the mythical and philosophical cosmos is treated as a single meta-structure where the sacred rites, contemplation, dialectic, and discursive reasoning do serve, though in different respects, the same metaphysical purpose and all of them depend on the ineffable and entirely transcendent principle. The henological and ontological system of Proclus is hermeneutical also in the sense in which the whole Neoplatonic structure of reality below the One is hermeneutical, so that any communication between the different ontological strata and any "translation" of the ineffable mystery or reality of the One into the different veils or realities of being-life-intelligence require the proper interpretation tantamount to the epistrophic movement towards the primal sources. Thus not only the manifested universe may be understood as a synthem "par exellence", but the Procline philosophical system also can be viewed as a hieratic icon, or rather "agalma", which hides and reveals the divine "Nothingness" (to put it in Damascius’ terms) simultaneously. [...]. [Extract, p. 245-246]

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9986523885
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