Modern rhetoric: sermons of Julius Sasnauskas

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Anglų kalba / English
Modern rhetoric: sermons of Julius Sasnauskas
In the Journal:
Sjani [Thoughts]. 2021, 22, p. 113-182
Julius Sasnauskas; Bažnyčia / Church; Muzika / Music; Retorika / Rhetoric.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Pamokslas; Retorika; Kalbėtojas; Retorinė figūra; Poetika; Intermedialumas. Keywords: Sermon; Rhetoric; Orator; Rhetorical figure; Poetics; Intermediality.

ENThe modern rhetoric of sermons, their theological, philosophical, communicational and the other aspects are widely analysed in the academic world globally, but there are almost no such studies in Lithuania. Similarly, the musicality of sermons in the global science is mostly associated with rhythmics, the old recitation traditions, but linkage with the works on analogues of musical forms and the musical principles of development yet have not been encountered. However, there are archetypal musical forms, which appear in all time-based arts (Karbusický 1997). The processual aspect of the form of music expresses the internal form of the literary text (Brūzgienė 2004, 2007). Rhetoric texts have their particular compositional requirements, but the dynamics of the inner form, the nature of the development of themes can only be defined in musical terms. The comparative methodology, used in the article, is based on the conception of Werner Wolfʼs intermediality, Yuri Lotmanʼs concept of the rhetoric in culture, some principles of semiotics of passion by Algirdas Julius Greimas, the understanding of anthropological universals of music (Vladimir Karbusický), the theory of sermons (Wilfried Engemann), the method of functional analysis (Viktor Bobrovsky) and works by Lithuanian scholars. [Extract, p. 114]

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