Acasă Articole RTR Radu Stănese, Canonul etic şi estetic al Greciei antice

Radu Stănese, Canonul etic şi estetic al Greciei antice

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Aestetic and ethic Canon of Ancient Greece

Presentation and representation of the nude human body was a genuine media of Hellas. The whole miracle of ancient Greece revolves around the hero or athlete stripped. In gymnasiums and stadiums, as well as legends of Olympus, the nude was ethical and aesthetic rule supreme. The normality of ancient Greece was the basis of the most important cultural identity corporeality history.

Keywords: canon, nude, gymnasium, sign, harmony, corporeality, identity

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