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2013 | 4 |
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Teurgický element slova v estetickém systému Andreje Bělého

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Teurgic Element of Word in Aesthetic System of Andrej Belyj
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According to aesthetic theories of Russian symbolist A. Belyj every real art is in its deepest essence a symbolic one, it represents an organic connection of two orders – phenomena of the inner world and the living consciousness. The connection is thus the union of the inner and outer world. Its sense can be unveiled in metaphysics and mystic, the indexes of the way to  a  complex  re-structuring  of  the human  being  and  discovering  new  forms  of  existence. Consequently  Belyj  understands  the symbol  as  the  interaction  of  its  three  parts:  1)  as a picture of the visible reality, causing certain emotions in our consciousness, 2) as an allegory  expressing  the  ideological  meaning  of  the picture  (the  philosophical,  religious  and social meaning) and 3) as an appeal to the creation of the real life. Together with Wagner and Nietzsche, Belyj can see the essential ideals of the culture in antique mystery dramatic art that represented the primary interconnection of all the art forms. Heading to the complex renaissance  of  the  culture  he  concentrates  on  the  phenomenon  of  the  word  – the essential base, „key for unlocking the world”. The essence of the symbolic expression consists of the words,  through  those  the  creative  human  strives  to  express  his  inexpressible  impressions in  a logical  way.  The  living  speech  is  thus  always  certain  „music  of  inexpressible”.  The creative word constitutes new, „third world” – „the world of the sound symbols”. The relationships between the  sounds  and  evolution  of  the  Cosmos  is  formulated  in  another  essay „Глоссолалия– поэма о звуке” (1922). 
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4
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2013-01-01
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_pss_2013_4_14
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