She not only produces a novel reading of Dostoevsky, but also guides us to later, often neglected Kantian texts. Rudolf Neuhäuser Universität Klagenfurt 243 James L. He has been teaching philosophy at St. Janovskijs erschienen 1881 und 1885 mit besonderer Aufmerksamkeit betrachtet, was bislang so nicht üblich war. The interpretation of Sonia in Crime and Punishment also seems rather fuzzy. An index of lexical diversity. The book is not an easy read.
This book points the way to a better understanding of the apparent contradiction between Dostoyevsky's concern with the highest reaches of human spirituality and at the same time with the most detailed developments in domestic and international politics. In fact, the book has much that is positive to recommend it. David Friedrich Strauss wird als linker Hegelianer bezeichnet S. Aufgeführt werden insgesamt 866 Titel. Thus the reader is filled with disgust for Fedor Karamazov, Luzhin, or Lambert, and understands that the sympathies of the author are with Myshkin, Alesha, and Sonya. Recent Soviet publications are the most neglected.
Therefore, one could say that results of computer-assisted stylistic research stand or fall on the criteria the investigator selects to examine and of course other facts over which the scholar has little power, for example, the size of the sample being studied. At one level, simply the data presented, such as Dostoevsky's average word and sentence length, or his most frequently used words, or the distribution of parts of speech in his sentence are of interest to the scholar concerned with the author's style. Jeder, der sich mit Dostojewskijs Leben und Werk beschäftigt hat, wird hier neue Informationen finden und manches Bekannte in einem neuen Licht sehen. A concluding chapter draws together, reviews, and summarizes what this rather difficult book has tried to do. John's University in New York since 1977 and is the series editor of Transaction's Library of Conservative Thought.
This volume culminates twenty years of studying, teaching, and writing on Dostoevsky. He taught political philosophy at Brock University 1979—80 and then went to Thorneloe College, Laurentian University, where he has been teaching in the Department of Religious Studies since 1981. This book points the way to a better understanding of the apparent contradiction between Dostoyevsky's concern with the highest reaches of human spirituality and at the same time with the most detailed developments in domestic and international politics. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. Neither the text, the footnotes, nor the bibliography show any sign of the author's having drawn on some of the important recent works of Western as well as Soviet writers: there is no reference to Robin Miller's book on The Idiot, or Vetlovskaya's several studies of various works by Dostoevsky. Panichas critically analyzes the religious themes and meanings of the author's major works. The distribution of parts of speech in the antepenultimate position.
Focusing on the pervasive spiritual consciousness at play, Panichas views Dostoevsky not as a religious doctrinaire, but as a visionary whose five great novels constitute a sequential meditation on man's human and superhuman destiny. Casimir Katz Verlag, Gernsbach, 1986. Not much attention has been given to Dostoyevsky's concern with the crisis of the modern West, although allusions to almost every aspect of Western civilization—including the political, economic, and social dimensions—are present in his literary works and abound in his secondary writings. Der letzte Abschnitt schließlich ist der in Dostojewskijs Werken immer wieder erwähnten Gestalt Mohammeds gewidmet. Es wäre wünschenswert, wenn die hier angeführten Übersetzungsfehler und verschiedene Ungenauigkeiten in der Übersetzung in einer künftigen neuen Auflage des Buches berichtigt würden. Die Biographie ist augenscheinlich für den interessierten Laien gedacht, - auf Anmerkungen wurde der leichteren Lesbarkeit willen bewußt verzichtet, dafür ist jedem Kapitel im Anhang eine ausführliche Bibliographie beigegeben.
The Brothers Karamazov, in the most conventionally literary chapter, which is also the most valuable to the Dostoevsky scholar, is placed in the context of various channels of the Russian Orthodox religious tradition. I will have occasion to comment on the former later; as far as psychological analysis is concerned, Kashina discusses Dostoevsky's reluctance to fully explain human behavior, hence the effect of unexpectedness and the multi-motivational aspect of his heroes' behavior. Raskol'nikov senses the eternal ground of his being. Still more unexpected and fascinating although this reviewer thought it quite unconvincing is the chapter on the Idiot, in which Myshkin is interpreted in terms of several analogies to the god Dionysos. On the one hand, she points out that Dostoevsky believed that man must answer for his actions no matter what the circumstances and that neither education, improper environment, nor social poverty justifies evil. Where she is at her most provocative and interesting — as in discussing the nature of Raskol'nikov's tragedy in schism and alienation; the intentions of Porfiry I disagree with her, but that is incidental ; or the relationship of the epilogue to the main part of the novel she seems to see it right --she scarcely mentions time, or refers to it only perfunctorily: because in fast a special analysis of time is not required, for the most part, to reach a true understanding of the novel. Vorweg verdient die ausgezeichnete Bibliographie hervorgehoben zu werden.
Prinadlezhnost' Dostoevskomu: K voprosu ob atributsii F. Zu vermissen ist ein eigener Abschnitt über Claude Bernard, der zwar viermal erwähnt wird, wegen seiner Bedeutung für die Brüder Karamazov aber eine ausführliche Behandlung verdienen würde. A future second edition may well devote more space to an analysis of Dostoevsky's relationship to Russia's radical critics of the sixties and the arguments of another crucial text by Dostoevsky, Notes from Underground. The last phase would lead in Dostoevsky's view to the shortlived triumph of Communism and the merging of the office of the Roman Catholic pontiff with the leadership of an atheistic and materialistic order on earth. After studying philosophy at the University of Toronto, he took his M. He demonstrates not only that Dostoyevsky's observations about the West constitute a coherent critique intimately related to the deepest aspects of his though, but also that these can be rendered more systematic and explicit. His book is based on a doctoral dissertation in Religious Studies.
Author by : Bruce K. Jerzy Kolodziej University of Tennessee, Knoxville 238 Bruce K. As Panichas makes clear, Crime and Punishment and the Brothers karamazov are part of the Western literary canon. Not much attention has been given to Dostoyevsky's concern with the crisis of the modern West, although allusions to almost every aspect of Western civilization--including the political, economic, and social dimensions--are present in his literary works and abound in his secondary writings. Der Leser findet in seinem Buch eine einfühlsame und ausgewogene Darstellung der Licht- und Schattenseiten im Leben Dostojewskijs. Ward was born in 1950 in Vancouver and was raised in Ottawa.
In its theoretical orientation, the book both builds from and criticizes Bakhtin's work on carnival. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1986. They were equally suspicious of the numerous ways in which Dostoevsky presented his literary heroes. In addition, the reader, in his search for the author's real position, tended to find it in the theories of the hero-thinkers Raskol'nikov, Ivan instead of in the words of the rather unassuming narrators. In addition the author provides a bibliography of some ninety items. Auch der Dostojewskij-Kenner wird Kjetsaas Studie mit Gewinn lesen. The Devils is seen as a reflection of the dualities of Daemons.