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Odsev antičnega mita o Sizifu in Camusove moderne predelave v drami Kaligula : diplomsko delo
Gačić, Aleksandra (Author), Zore, Franc (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Troha, Gašper (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Kljub vsej svoji nenavadnosti miti vselej nosijo neko racionalno resnico o svetu in bivanju v njem, zato ni nič presenetljivega, da se je izročilo starogrških mitov ohranilo vse do danes. Skozi zgodovino je bila mitološka snov mnogokrat predelana in času primerno interpretirana. Znotraj nje še danes iščemo utemeljenost lastnega bivanja. Diplomsko delo bo poskušalo preko različnih interpretacij mita o Sizifu preveriti aktualnost tega mita in njegovo primernost za sodobnega človeka ter njegov čas. Pri tem se bo osredotočilo na Camusovo zbirko filozofskih esejev Mit o Sizifu (1942), kjer se ob poudarku na izpraševanju lastne vesti rojeva občutek absurdnega. Absurd, ki je posledica prepoznavanja neskladnosti med človekom in svetom, ustvarja oziroma oblikuje t. i. absurdnega človeka. Ker je Camusovo literarno ustvarjanje bilo v popolnosti odsev njegove filozofske misli, občutje absurda in ideja absurdnega človeka vstopata tudi v njegovo osrednje dramsko delo Kaligula (1938).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:literatura in mitologija, francoska književnost, antična mitologija, absurd, filozofija absurda, drama absurda, diplomska dela
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2017
Publisher:[A. Gačić]
Number of pages:41 f.
UDC:821.133.1.09Camus A.
COBISS.SI-ID:65043042 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
Despite all of its unusualness, myths always carry some rational truth about the world and our existence, so it is not surprising that the tradition of the Ancient Greek myths has been preserved until this day. Throughout the history, the mythical subject was often studied and interpreted in relation to the current time period. Through it, we still look for the foundation of our own existence. The thesis attempts to test, through the various interpretations of the myth of Sisyphus, the relevance of this myth and its suitability for the modern man and his time. In doing so, the focus is on Camus's collection of philosophical essays The Myth of Sisyphus(1942), where the emphasis of questioning our own conscience gives birth to the feeling of the absurd. Absurdity, as a result of identifying discrepancies between the man and the world, creates or rather develops the so called absurd man. Since Camus's literary creation is, in its entireness, a reflection of his philosophical thoughts, the feeling of the absurd and the idea of absurd man also enter his main dramatic work Caligula (1938).


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