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Note la Abolirea omului de C.S. Lewis (1943), la început de mileniu

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, II (2), p. 9-16
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:The starting point of this article is The Abolition of Man, a celebrated rhetorical text based on the three lectures which the professor of Medieval and Renaissance English literature, writer and moralist C.S. Lewis delivered during the Second World War and which reflected an academic and humanist’s worries under the specific circumstances of those times dominated by the Nazi terror. Rodica Albu uses Lewis’s text as a pretext and, by reiterating his worries and revealing the immediacy of his demonstration for the contemporary world, she also raises the issue of the identification (from a contemporary perspective) and the preservation (beyond any cultural fads and fashions) of that nucleus of ultimate values whose destruction would mean the destruction of the human species itself.
Language: Romanian

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