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  1. The Significance of Love and Selflessness in Iris Murdoch’s Moral Philosophy.Bakhtiar Sadjadi & Peyman Amanolahi Baharvand - 2019 - Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 22 (2).
    As a distinguished philosopher and novelist in the second half of the twentieth century, Iris Murdoch addressed the significance of ethics in her framework of thought.. Murdoch’s moral philosophy was widely acknowledged as a challenge to the prevailing ethical traditions which, she asserted, had failed to present an accurate picture of morality. As a philosopher and literary figure, Murdoch maintained that not only moral philosophy but also literature should depict perceptible pictures of man’s morality. The purpose of this paper is (...)
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  2. Tragedy in Ancient Period of Aesthetics. Aristotle's Tragedy Concept.Jabir Mammadov - 2018 - Philosophical Political Studies 18.
    In the article it is given information about the tragedy, it is paid attention Aristotle’s theory of tragedy, and it is investigated the place of it on philosophy and on aesthetics. In the article, it has compared Plato’s opinions with the theory of Aristotle about tragedy also. The reasons for Plato’s attitude toward tragic art are being researched. It can be said about Plato that he did not accept the tragedy as an art sample or artwork, even he said that (...)
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