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Kocbekova metafizika kot afirmacija življenja
Hedžet Tóth, Cvetka (Author)

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Abstract
Ni človečnosti onkraj življenja in ta človečnost poudarja človekovo svobodo. Najvitalnejše v našem življenju je najbolj vitalno v etičnem smislu, kot potrjevanje življenja, ki hkrati potrjuje in ohranja svet sam. Takšno bivanje je izrazito usmerjeno v kvaliteto, h kateri po Edvardu Kocbeku spada to, da je podobno kot v sodobnem, pometafizičnem duhu, rojstvo dojeto kot močnejše in vztrajnejše od smrti. Ta, nova pometafizična metafizika ne prisega na onstranstvo in ni zagledana v absolutno gotovost smrti, je le afirmacija življenja. Članek izrecno poudarja, da gre s Kocbekovim pojmovanjem metafizike za očitni obrat k življenju, s katerim enoznačnost smrti prehaja v mnogoznačnost življenja in tako življenje s svojo samoobnovitveno močjo ohranja svojo nesmrtnost.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:filozofija življenja, etika, personalizem, vrednote (filozofija), slovenska književnost, slovenski pisatelji
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.16 - Independent Scientific Component Part or a Chapter in a Monograph
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2011
Number of pages:Str. 185-192
UDC:1Kocbek E.:111
COBISS.SI-ID:33247789 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
There is no humanity beyond life and this humanity emphasises human freedom. The most vital feature of our life is vital in the ethical sense, affirming life together with the world itself. This mode of existence is decidedly oriented towards that quality which, according to Kocbek and in resemblance to the contemporary, post-metaphysical spirit, sees birth as stronger and more tenacious than death. Rather than swearing on the next world and staring at the absolute certainty of death, this new postmetaphysical metaphysics is an affirmation of life. The article clearly emphasises that Kocbekćs notion of metaphysics evinces a patent turn in life, which transforms the univocity of death into the polyvalence of life. With its power of self-revitalisation, life thus retains its immortality.

Keywords:philosophy of life, ethics, personalism, values (philosophy), Slovene literature, Slovene writers

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