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Tragedy & Philosophy

Tragedy & Philosophy - Kaufmann, Walter - Régikönyvek
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This book develops a bold poetics based on the author's critical re-examination of the views of Plato, Aristotle, Hegel and Nietzsche on tragedy. Ancient Greek tragedy is revealed as surprisingly modern and experimental, while such concepts as mimesis, catharsis, hubris and the tragic collision are discussed from different perspectives. "[Kaufmann] has attempted a searching analysis of the essence of tragedy. He offers a new definition and, without raising his voice, his version of poetics as against that of Aristotle." -- The New York Times

Sorozatcím:
Anchor Books
Kiadó:
Doubleday Anchor Books
Kiadás éve:
1969
Kiadás helye:
New York
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
460
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 11.00cm, Magasság: 18.00cm
Kategória:
INTRODUCTION xiii
PROLOCUE xvii
I PLATO: THE RIVAL AS CRITIC
1 Before Plato 1
Plato's referenses to the Big Three 9
3 Repubfic 376-403 11
4 Republic VI—VII and X 19
5 Plata as a tragic poet 26
6 The Laws 29
II ARISTOTLE: THE JUDGE WHO KNOWS
7 Introduction to the Poetics 34
8 Aristotle's definition of tragedy 38
9 mimesis 41
10 spoudaios (noble) 46
"pity and fear"? 49
12 catharsis 56
13 The six elements— spectacle and thought 6o
14 plot and its primacy 63
15 hamartia and hybrís 68
16 happy end 8o


III TOWARD A NEW POETICS 45 The Women of Trachis and Electra 263
17 Beyond P]ato and Aristotle 87 46 Philoctetes and Oedípus at Colonus 272
18 Imitation—and a new definition of tragedy 90 47 Sophocles' "humanism" 276

19 The work's relation to its author 100 VIII EURIPIDES, NIETZSCHE, AND SARTRE
20 The philosophical dimension io6 48 In defense of Euripides 283

IV THE RIDDLE OF OEDIPUS 49 Euripides' Electra z88
21 Three classical interpretations 118 5o Was Euripides an "irrationalist"? 296
22 The histmical context 126 51 Nietzsche's influence on The Flíes 3o2
23 Man's radícal insecurity 133 52 Are Dirty Hands and The Flíes tragedies? 308

24 Human blindness 136 IX SHAKESPEARE AND THE PHILOSOPHERS
25 The curse of honesty 140 53 Testing the philosophers 316
26 The inevitability of tragedy 146 54 Aristotle and Shakespeare 318
27 Justice as problematic and the fixe themes 15o 55 Hegel on Shakespeare 326
28 Oedi15us versus Plato 155 56 Hume's essay "Of Tragedy" 336

V HOMER AND THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY 57 Schopenhauer on tragedy 339
29 How Homer shaped Greek tragedy 159 58 Nietzsche versus Schopenhauer 346
3o The gods in the Riad 168 59 Max Scheler and "the tragic" 350
31 Neither belief nor dualism 173 X TRAGEDY TODAY
32 The matter of weight 178 6o Tragic events and "the merely pathetic" 361
33 Man's lot 18o 61 Can tragedies be written today? 371
6z The Deputy as a modern Christian tragedy 377
VI AESCHYLUS AND THE DEATH OF TRAGEDY
34 Nietzsche and the death of tragedy 191 63 Tragedy versus history: The Deputy and Soi-
35 What we know of Aeschylus 194 diers 388
64 Brecht's Calileo 395
36 Orcstes in Homer 199 65 The Confessions of
37 Aeschylus' "optimism" 204 Nat Turner 407
38 How he is more tragic than Homer 211 66 The modernity of Greek tragedy; prospects 414
39 Character in the Riad and Oresteia 214 EPILOGUE 420
4o How tragedy did and did not die 222
CIIRONOLOGY 426
VII SOPHOCLES: POET OF HEROIC DESPAIR
41 Nietzsche and Sophocles' "cheerfulness" 228 A NOTE ON TRANSLATIONS 428
42 Ilegel's "theory of tragedy" 234 DIBLIOGRAPHY 431
43 Ajax 248 INDEX 443

44 Antágone 252 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 459


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