A Base Filosófica Marxista da Literatura e Arte Socialista

Autores

  • Zijie Liu School of Marxism, Shanghai University

Palavras-chave:

Literatura e arte socialista, Filosofia marxista, Realismo, Estética

Resumo

A literatura e a arte socialistas são construídas com base na filosofia marxista. O “caráter do povo” da literatura e arte socialista é baseado no fato de que a filosofia marxista abandona o individualismo e se concentra na liberdade e na felicidade de uma população mais ampla. Assim, a literatura e a arte socialistas consideram as pessoas, e não os indivíduos, como sujeitos de expressão. O realismo, princípio básico da criação literária e artística socialista, baseia-se no materialismo da filosofia marxista. O “ambiente típico e os personagens típicos”, propostos pelos escritores clássicos marxistas, para a criação literária e artística socialista, são o método e o princípio formados pela aplicação dos conceitos filosóficos da combinação orgânica do mundo objetivo e da subjetividade humana, e a combinação orgânica da natureza e história social à criação literária e artística concreta na teoria marxista. A filosofia marxista considera a sensibilidade e a estética como elementos importantes, para que a literatura e a arte desempenhem um papel prático. Zijie Liu expõe a defesa de que a sensibilidade e a estética não se limitam ao mundo subjetivo das pessoas, mas têm a possibilidade de se conectar com o mundo objetivo externo. Daí, conclui que a literatura e a arte socialistas devem prestar atenção à estética.

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Biografia do Autor

Zijie Liu, School of Marxism, Shanghai University

School of Marxism, Shanghai University, Shanghai 200444 – China. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6349-0463.

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Received: 10/10/2022

Approved: 19/12/2022

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2023-06-15

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Liu, Z. (2023). A Base Filosófica Marxista da Literatura e Arte Socialista. TRANS/FORM/AÇÃO: Revista De Filosofia Da Unesp, 46(3), 255–274. Recuperado de https://revistas.marilia.unesp.br/index.php/transformacao/article/view/13812

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