By J. D. Elsworth
Audrey Bely was once probably the most leading edge prose writers in Russian within the 20th century. This e-book lines the improvement of his approach as a novelist from the early experimental Symphonies (1902-8) to the final novel, mask, released in 1932. within the first chapters of the ebook, Dr Elsworth explores Bely's theoretical writings at the aesthetic conception of Symbolism, and his organization, after 1912, with the doctrines of Rudolf Steiner. Bely looked paintings as an lively strength for the transformation of the human character and the answer of the trouble that he clinically determined within the tradition of his time. either the subject material and the stylistic peculiarities of his novels have their foundation during this specific philosophy of tradition, and it truly is during this context that the novels are tested within the moment half the e-book. This booklet might be crucial analyzing for all these attracted to Bely and the broader topic of Russian Symbolist doctrine and perform.
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Nevertheless Steiner argues that thinking is not subjective. There must be thought before there can be concepts. 'Subject' and 'object', being concepts, are the product of thought, and it is therefore false to say that the individual subject thinks. Since thinking is beyond subject and object, is neither subjective nor objective, the application by the thinking subject of a concept to the object is a process performed not by the subject, but by thinking itself. Steiner thus reaches a position where thought acquires an independent existence and man, in the act of thinking, participates in a universal process.
61 The sense in which it can be said that the form of art is also the content of art may be extracted from Bely's discussion of the nature of the symbol. 62 Art is about that creative action, not about the phenomena used as a means to express it (content in the conventional 23 Andrey Bely sense). When Bely then speaks of the content of art as 'meaning' (smysl), he is referring to the meaning of such creative activity in general. The question to which this statement is properly the answer would be: what purpose does such creative activity serve at all?
To those of a more traditionally religious cast of mind it appears as fundamentally un-Christian in its disregard of the idea of grace and its lack of transcendence. Though complex, it is a perfectly clear and unmysterious system, and can presumably be memorized by anyone with the necessary patience and strength of memory. But to memorize the system is not to understand anthroposophy. Steiner held that his system was neither speculative philosophy nor a matter of faith, but an object of knowledge.