Emocjonalizm Arystotelesa i znaczenie pojęcia katharsis
Aristotle's Emotionalism and the Meaning of the Concept of Catharsis
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The author suggests that pity, fear, and catharsis are experienced not only by the audience but by the playwright and actors as well. This, of course, inevitably involves him in the old problem of whether the actor himself must feel the emotions that he is trying to portray. Furthermore, Brunius suggests that the three elements are already inevidence in the original story behind the trage.
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