The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture Narcissistic Desire as a Myth of Self-Knowledge
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Opis: The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture - Gotchold Agnieszka

The book concerns the reception of the Narcissus myth in Western Culture, ranging in time from the Middle Ages and the early modern period to the present day. Drawing on Ovids and Pausanias versions of myth, Dr Agnieszka Gotchold distinguishes the mirror, vanitas and incest motifs to include in her comparative and interdisciplinary analyses works of literature, fine arts, as well as music. The book is all the more relevant for us today as, following the thesis of an American social critic, we live in the epoch of narcissism. [] What I find particularly inspiring is a comprehensive application of Sigmund Freuds and Jacques Lacans theories of desire and their anchoring in Northrop Fryes theory of myth and his distinction between the myth of concern and that of freedom. It is an unquestionably excellent work which superbly demonstrates the authors extraordinary scientific mastery. Due to her innovative transdisciplinary approach, the book is certain to have an influence on both the humanities and psychoanalysis.
Prof. Dr. phil. Dr. med. Hermann Lang, the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg


Szczegóły: The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture - Gotchold Agnieszka

Tytuł: The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture
Podtytuł: Narcissistic Desire as a Myth of Self-Knowledge
Autor: Gotchold Agnieszka
Wydawnictwo: DiG
ISBN: 9791095627197
Języki: angielski
Rok wydania: 2016
Ilość stron: 268
Format: 17.0x24.0cm
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.39 kg


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The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture
Narcissistic Desire as a Myth of Self-Knowledge

  • Wydawnictwo: DiG
  • Oprawa: Miękka

The book concerns the reception of the Narcissus myth in Western Culture, ranging in time from the Middle Ages and the early modern period to the present day. Drawing on Ovids and Pausanias versions of myth, Dr Agnieszka Gotchold distinguishes the mirror, vanitas and incest motifs to include in her comparative and interdisciplinary analyses works of literature, fine arts, as well as music. The book is all the more relevant for us today as, following the thesis of an American social critic, we live in the epoch of narcissism. [] What I find particularly inspiring is a comprehensive application of Sigmund Freuds and Jacques Lacans theories of desire and their anchoring in Northrop Fryes theory of myth and his distinction between the myth of concern and that of freedom. It is an unquestionably excellent work which superbly demonstrates the authors extraordinary scientific mastery. Due to her innovative transdisciplinary approach, the book is certain to have an influence on both the humanities and psychoanalysis. Prof. Dr. phil. Dr. med. Hermann Lang, the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg

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Szczegóły: The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture - Gotchold Agnieszka

Tytuł: The Myth of Narcissus and its Reception in Western Culture
Podtytuł: Narcissistic Desire as a Myth of Self-Knowledge
Autor: Gotchold Agnieszka
Wydawnictwo: DiG
ISBN: 9791095627197
Języki: angielski
Rok wydania: 2016
Ilość stron: 268
Format: 17.0x24.0cm
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.39 kg


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