Signos Filosóficos 8:35-50 (2002)

One of the darkest parts of the Poetics is the sense in whichpoetry, specially tragedy, is philosophical and enunciates the universal. Thephilosophical aspect of tragedy is commonly understood as cognitive, whatmeans that poetry is more philosophical than history. The article purpose isto enlight th..
Keywords filosofía   poesía   tragedia   carácter   héroe   yerro   hybris   mímesis
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