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Journal
2014 | 18 | 1 | 49-60
Article title

Psychoanalytický přístup v esteticko--filozofických koncepcích ruského a českého symbolizmu

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Psychoanalysis in Aesthetic-philosophical Concepts of Russian and Czech Symbolism
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CS
Abstracts
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Aesthetic-philosophical concepts of “young generation symbolists” were based on the conviction that art was made to understand the “secret spiritual value” of phenomenal world and understand the immediate anchoring of human in the Absolute which is the source of spiritual energy. In this frame the symbolists touched connection of principals that formed western and eastern civilization in a harmonic complex. We can speak about new reconciliation of intuition of spiritual cosmos, deep understanding for illusive essence of things with clear and powerful activity, reconciliation of science and religion, freedom and law, sacredness and beauty which is the only aim of all arts and sciences. O. Březina and A. Belyj were considering that point the most intensively of all. They both strove for overcoming of the two extreme demonstrations of human psychical life that isolate people from real complex consciousness. They defined both the extremes as: 1) the extreme of inner (“brain”, rational) life of an individual 2) life of subconscious physicality. To sum up, the art creation should head for creative connection of rationalism and contemplation in a harmonic complex which forms higher entity symbolizing perfect complexity and fullness. As the followers of modern psychology, also the “young symbolist generation” considered the problems of human consciousness. As a rule the art must originate from the same depths where the understanding of secret of all things is realized. Therefore, equally to S. Freud and C. G. Jung, they were convinced about the existence of collective psychological crucial base, collective source, human spiritual being which leads to understanding of life as a complex and spiritual powers hidden there; these powers are needed for transformation and renewal of human and humankind as whole that remains unchanged and independent on the time and space; we can find discover and understand there “secret beginning of life” itself.
Journal
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Volume
18
Issue
1
Pages
49-60
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  • University of Ostrava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Slavonic Studies, jan.vorel@osu.cz
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