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Epic and ethics in the work of Ioan Slavici


Author: Costiuc Natalia
Degree:doctor of philology
Speciality: 10.01.01 - Romanian Literature
Year:2010
Scientific adviser: Mihai Cimpoi
doctor habilitat, professor, Institute of Philology, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Institution:
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Status

The thesis was presented on the 25 August, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 4 November, 2010

Abstract

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Keywords

ethical and aesthetic (in correlation), moral philosophy to morality, homo ethicus, applied ethics (applied ethicus), trail ethics, ethics upset, good (deontological), beautiful, catharsis, value, moral code, autonomy (the ethical and aesthetic), utilitarianism, relativism

Summary

Thesis structure: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of critical and artistic works of 164 appointments, 120 pages.

The results are published in six papers.

Field of study. History of Romanian Literature.

The paper’s goal concerns on ethical and epic analysis in the creation of Ioan Slavici.

Objectives of the investigation:

Novelty and scientific originality consists in reconsidering the personality and work of Ioan Slavic for new cultural and epistemological paradigms and specifically spirituality of beginning of the century and of the millennium.

Theoretical importance residue in trying to demonstrate that through Slavici, the Romanian novel enters into dialogue at the end of nineteenth century and early twentieth-century, with European novel not through the substitution of aesthetics with ethics, but through the same balance.

Applied value of work is that applying these delicately observations to the work and the personality of Ioan Slavici, we ascertain - mutatis mutandis - that he model a universalist ethics through its reading of popular ethics, postulates of Schopenhauer, Kant, Confucius.

Implementation of scientific results. Results of the investigation have been implemented in Higher Education in the course of History of Romanian Literature.