El mundo trágico de los griegos y de Shakespeare: consideraciones sobre lo sagrado

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La Editorial, UPR, 1990 - Comparative literature - 374 pages
"What is the tragic? Is it a variation of the sacred or maybe its culmination? The tragic comes into our life when something from a ""distinct"" world reaches within our sufferings. That is what is called sense and it is then experienced as a sign of the sacred, as the destiny of being or as an enlightening ray that enables us to accept the plot of our lives. Such an experience is possible only for those who care to face an encounter with divinity."
 

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Contents

Vencedor y vencido
31
Antígona inmortal
149
Eurípides y Nietzsche
177
El descenso al caos
205
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