Relations analogiques au sujet de l’acte créatif et la séquence imaginative en Chine et en Occident

In Katarzyna Gan-Krzywoszyńska, Juan Manuel Campos Benítez & Piotr LEŚNIEWSKI (eds.), Timeliness of Analogy. Poznan: Kontekst. pp. 75-82 (2023)
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Abstract

This study explores the connections between time, travel, and creative acts such as painting and poetry, highlighting the similarities that unite these themes. It also focuses on the relationships between the East and the West in regards to these subjects, and posits that travel can be understood as an active form of meditation. The study argues that the meaning of wanderings can be found by learning to make them conscious, and that there has been a deep reflection on time, consciousness, and mobility since ancient times.

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Caroline Pires Ting
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

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