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The Agony of Ecstasy: Spectacles of Life in an Intoxicat(ed)ing World
(Spectacolul vieţii între agonie şi extaz)
Vol LXII • No. 3/2010 (Special Issue)
Ioana Eparu
Petroleum-Gas University of Ploieşti, Bd. Bucureşti 39, Ploieşti
E-mail: ioana_792003@yahoo.com

 Keywords   Apollonian, Dionysian, Bakhtin, carnival.

 Abstract
Nietzsche's Die Geburt der Tragödie (The Birth of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music) represents a re-interpretation of the two mythical figures of Apollo and Dionysos. Nietzsche postulates the emergence, the birth of Greek art from two sources of Olympian inspiration: Apollo and Dionysos, hence the paradigmatic opposition between two cultural configurations: Apollonian / Dionysian. In this paper I will delve into an interpretation of Nietzsche's exploration of the concept of "art" perceived as an interrelation between the Apollonian and the Dionysian and I will explore the similarities between intoxication à la Nietzsche and carnival à la Bakhtin.

 Rezumat
Pornind de la conceptul apolinic şi cel dionisiac aşa cum sunt definite de Nietzsche în Naşterea tragediei, articolul de faţă urmăreşte explorarea acestora şi propune o paralelă între 'intoxicarea' dionisiacă şi dimensiunea carnavalescă din eseul lui Bakhtin, Rabelais şi lumea sa.

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