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Title: Damn Platonism! Concrete Persons' Skin, Flesh and Bodies: Three Phases of a Won Battle in Miquel Àngel Riera's poetry
Author: Gilabert Barberà, Pau
Keywords: Antiplatonisme
Metafísica
Idealisme en la literatura
Tradició clàssica
Filosofia grega
Literatura catalana
Anti-platonism
Riera, Miquel Àngel, 1930-1996
Metaphysics
Idealism in literature
Classical tradition
Greek philosophy
Catalan literature
Riera, Miquel Àngel, 1930-1996
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: The aim of this article is to show how, throughout M. A. Riera's poetry, an evident anti-metaphysical sensibility can be easily detected, which in its turn makes the poet to praise concrete person's skin, flesh and bodies, thus avoiding any personal Platonic or idealistic experience of human love. In the author's opinion, an accurate reading of his poems makes us discover Plato and Platonism as one of the great responsible thinkers for the contempt of carnal love, which has been undoubtedly the origin of a real human pain as a result of denying the somatic side of eros.
Note: Podeu consultar la versió en català a: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/12156 ; i en castellà a: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/12157
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