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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2015.tde-17092015-112656
Document
Author
Full name
Ana Aguiar Cotrim
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Silva, Franklin Leopoldo e (President)
Bastos, Hermenegildo José de Menezes
Duayer, Juarez Torres
Puglia, Daniel
Vedda, Miguel Ángel
Title in Portuguese
Contribuições de Karl Marx ao problema da mimese artística
Keywords in Portuguese
Épica
F. Engels
K. Marx
Mimese
Tragédia
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese toma três momentos da obra de Karl Marx em que temas estéticos são aventados: a formação da sensibilidade nos Manuscritos econômico-filosóficos de 1844, a passagem sobre a épica na Contribuição à crítica da economia política Introdução, de 1857 e o debate epistolar entre Marx, Engels e Lassalle sobre a peça do último, Franz von Sickingen, de 1859. No contexto desses temas, buscamos descobrir as contribuições de Marx ao problema da mimese artística, da objetividade e especificidade da arte. São abordados a objetivação, mimese, historicidade dos gêneros, especificidade do reflexo artístico, o indivíduo e universalidade na obra artística, gênero artístico e revolução. Ao tratar desses temas, procura-se colocar Marx em diálogo com momentos da tradição estética, em particular pontos presentes em Aristóteles, Shakespeare e Schiller, Lessing, Hegel e Feuerbach. Lateralmente, algumas consequências para o marxismo contemporâneo são trazidas à tona, como a crítica de Marx à arte diretamente política. O trabalho conta com as contribuições de G. Lukács e M. Lifschitz, para quem a obra de Marx dispõe as linhas fundamentais de um pensamento estético coerente, a despeito da forma esparsa.
Title in English
Karl Marxs Contributions to the Problem of Artistic Mimesis
Keywords in English
Epic
F. Engels
K. Marx
Mimesis
Tragedy
Abstract in English
This thesis takes three passages of Karl Marxs work which bring out aesthetic subjects: the formation of senses in the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844, the famous passage on the epic in the Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy - Introduction, 1857, and the epistolary debate between Marx, Engels and Lassalle on the tragedy written by the latter, Franz von Sickingen, held in 1859. In those contexts, we search for Marxs contributions to the problem of artistic mimesis, objectivity and specificity of art. Objectification, mimesis, historicity of genres, artistic reflection specificity, individual and universality in artistic work, artistic genre and revolution are points approached. In order to address these issues, we put Marx in dialogue with relevant moments in aesthetic tradition, particularly points present in Aristotle, Shakespeare and Schiller, Lessing, Hegel and Feuerbach. Laterally, some consequences for contemporary Marxism are brought to light, such as Marx's critique of political art. The work counts on the contributions of G. Lukács and M. Lifschitz, for whom Marx's work provides the main lines of a coherent aesthetic thought, despite its sparse form.
 
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Publishing Date
2015-09-17
 
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