Kazania ekspresjonistów o odnowie człowieka oraz sztuki w manifestach Jerzego Hulewicza i Adama Bederskiego

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Title Kazania ekspresjonistów o odnowie człowieka oraz sztuki w manifestach Jerzego Hulewicza i Adama Bederskiego
Tytuł równoległy: Expressionists’ sermons: on the renewal of man and art in manifests of Jerzy Hulewicz and Adam Bederski
Autor: Sobieraj, Sławomir
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/3018
Date: 2020
Źródło: Spowiedź i kazanie w kulturze i literaturze / redakcja naukowa: Ewa Kozak, Adriana Pogoda-Kołodziejak. - Siedlce : Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczo-Humanistycznego, 2020, s. 121-135
Abstract: The concept of the spiritual renewal of man and a so-called New Art, which are the most important slogans of German and Polish expressionism, were represented in the literary manifests of Jerzy Hulewicz and Adam Bederski. Both artists were connected to the Poznan journal of “Zdrój” and shared a similar sermon-like style of expression, which was characterized by a rich usage of metaphors and rhetoric figures of persuasion. In search of religious and biblical sources Jerzy Hulewicz focused on the topicality of Juliusz Słowacki’s thought. In some articles Hulewicz described relations to God, Man and God, the People (Nation), while leaving out art issues. Bederski, on the other hand, focuses on the dichotomy of the Self – Society and Artist – the Recipient concurrently stressing the importance of man’s freedom and independence in reference to Nietzsche’s concept of the 'strong self' and 'will to power'. Understanding life as the supreme value, Bederski was an organic part of the cultural tendencies of his time

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