Literatūra atvirame meno pasaulyje

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Literatūra atvirame meno pasaulyje
Alternative Title:
Literature in the open world of art
Keywords:
LT
Dekonstrukcija; Egzistencializmas; Estetika; Fenomenologija; Filosofija / Philosophy; Komparatyvistika; Kultūra / Culture; Menas / Art; Meno istorija; Postmodernizmas; Semiologija; Šiandienės meno transfomiacijos.
EN
Aestetic; Aesthetics; Comparative studies; Deconstruction; Existentialism; Phenomenology; Philosophy of language; Postmodernism; Transformations of contemporary art.
Summary / Abstract:

LTŠio straipsnio tikslas: priminti literatūros filosofijai svarbų meno prigimties, jo vietos ir vaidmens kultūroje klausimą, matyti literatūrą bendrame meno pasaulio kontekste ir paklausti, kokios naujos tendencijos atsiranda (arba randasi) šiandieniuose literatūros ir meno tyrinėjimuose. Pradžioje keltinos dvi hipotetinės, tiesa, gana bendros prielaidos, kurios, jas pagrindus, vėliau galėtų padėti prieiti ir prie tam tikrų išvadų. [Iš straipsnio, p. 11-12]

ENThe purpose of this article is to remind literary philosophers of the special nature of art, as well as of its place and role when discussing culture; to perceive literature in the general context of the world of art; and to ask a question: what new trends are appearing (or being discovered) in studies of comtemporary comparative literature and art. At first, two ideas will be presented: present-day transformations in art are demolishing traditional theories of art - even those that appeared in the twentieth-century; paradoxically, the aforementioned transformations in art change the depth and direction of studies in comparative art. Second. The basis for this fairly general presumptions can help us to aproach some certain conclusions: A careful analysis of the different levels of literary existence and the parallelism of these analyses can be meaningful and subordinate to other forms of literary philosophical argumentation. As the number of individualistic insight regarding the origin (functions, discourses) and nature of art and literature grows, it is quite possible that a literature-centric thinking will once again strengthen within the philosophy of art. Not only in literature but also in the other arts within it - the very context of literary language is dependent on the ongoing processes of understanding meaning. [From the publication]

ISBN:
9955568127
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2021-02-02 19:08:27
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