The Spiritual-Conservative Phenomenon of Gregory Skovoroda and the Reality of the Ukrainian Neo-Baroque in the Context of the Revival of Christian Individuality

Authors

  • P.M. Yamchuk

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2005.34.1587

Abstract

To start thinking about the Gregory Skovoroda phenomenon and its promising interconnectedness with the culture of the hoped for, we want from a series of somewhat unexpected considerations and parallels that we hope will reflect both the subject matter itself and the prospects for the future. It is well-known that Kharkov entered the modern history of Ukraine as the “second capital of our statehood, as the capital of constructivist modern Ukraine of the 1920s, which, and this is often forgotten, favoring Kyiv and the West of Ukraine, became the birthplace and epicenter of a powerful national-cultural movement Ukrainianization. It was in Kharkov that a unique aesthetic phenomenon was born and flourished - literature and art of the firing Renaissance.

Published

2005-06-14

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