UNE LECTURE MYHTOCRITIQUE DE LA COÏNCIDENCE DES CONTRAIRES DANS LES FICTIONS DE MIRCEA ELIADE ET MICHEL TOURNIER

Posted On Oct 15 2018 by

Our paper focuses on a comparative study between Mircea Eliade’s and Michel Tournier’s anthropologies from the perspective of C.G.Jung’s and Mircea Eliade’s theoretical works. In several documents, Eliade speaks about the metamorphosis and survival of the sacred and myth in disguised forms, perpetuated in modern art and literature. The androgyny represents the archetype of unity, the totality. It is a coincidentia oppositorum, an expression of primordial plenitude, of a time when principles only worked together, each of them generating its opposite, supporting and amplifying it. The reunification of the opposites involves a way of being in the world that transcends …


(Română) L’IMAGINAIRE DE LA GREFFE. REPARER LES VIVANTS DE MAYLIS DE KERANGAL, MYGALE DE THIERRY JONQUET, LA PIEL QUE HABITO DE PEDRO ALMODOVAR

Posted On Nov 11 2015 by

For occidental cultures, scientific medicine has become, socially and symbolically, famous and renowned. The discipline may be founded on rationality; it also embodies a strong mythical dimension, extensively seen in publicity, literature and arts. According to us, the attention given to technical and scientific (technoscientific) imaginary is one of the major trends characterizing occidental culture. In particular, the transformations to the human body, made easy by consistently evolving techniques, are widely represented by contemporary literature. Nevertheless, these modern representations of medical (surgical) operations refer to cultural and mythical legacy. In this paper, we aim at identifying a part of this …