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Western Attitudes toward Death: From the Middle Ages to the Present

Author: Philippe Ariès


ISBN: 9780801817625
Pages: 128
Description: Kažkokiu būdu sugebėjau univere šitos knygos išvengti. Ir gerai, nes dabar pirmą kartą skaityti – keliagubas malonumas.

Knygą sudaro kelios ilgesnės studijėlės ir straipsniai; šie lietuviškam kontekstui yra praktiškai visai neaktualūs (pvz analizuojamas kažkoks nežinomas romanas, kurio 25-erių autorius buvo įsimylėjęs mirtį + antisemitas). Tačiau bendrosios studijos – labai. Ariesas labai kavoliškas (iš pradžių pagalvojau, tada ant galinio viršelio psl. perskaičiau, kad užsiiminėjo sąmoningumo istorija – che!), sykiu gana fukojiškas, tik neturi Foucault būdingo užsinešimo ant sistemos, prievartos ir galios instancijų. Dėl to yra švelnus ir priimtinas.

Iš esmės knygoje rašoma apie tai, kokiu būdu pas prancūzus keitėsi mirties samprata – nuo natūralios ir visai no-big-deal (Viduramžiais ir iki jų) iki vis didesnio spektaklio, su skausmo ir baimės gausingais proveržiais, iki – štilio XX a., kada mirtis išstumiama į ligonines, nutildoma, gedintys = isterikai (saugokimės), geriau niekam nežinot apie tą mirtį, net tam, kuri
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