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The theme of love in the work of Rilke and Russian philosophical thought of the Silver Age (Ph.D. Philology. Sciences IV Pakhomov)
RM Rilke, survived and deeply comprehended Russian experience, retained ownership to the full range of European cultures and entered the history of literature and original interpretation of "eternal" love theme. At RM Rilke theme of love in its philosophical interpretation related to the ideas characteristic of Russian artistic thought of 19-20 centuries. Defining features of the concept of Russian philosophers, creative versions, are embodied in the works of Austrian poet.
Russian philosophy of the late 19th - early 20th century obnaruzhivaetslozhny multilateral approach to the theme of love. It combines the issues of history and psychology, ethics and aesthetics, it is certainly linked in many ways with the traditions of European and world culture, but in Russian philosophy of love strengthened the moral principle.
Creative research poet was close atmosphere of spiritual aspirations, which existed at the turn of the century Russia. With Russian philosophical thought in understanding the nature of love Rilke her tragic sense of kinship in the modern world, a dramatic difference of true love and peace everyday, the pain of a man who understands love and wrong which it is not given in its entirety. Love in Russian philosophical thought and turn of the century in the creative minds of Rilke is perceived as belonging to the upper world, the unity with the "totality" of being associated with the search for moral values and divine comprehension.
The poet asserts a special ethics of love, not aspiring to possess. This view has much in common with the ideas of Lou Andreas-Salome, and the Russian Silver Age philosophers, especially with ideas
Ow. Solovyov and Nick. Berdyaev.
Image of the ideal lover present in the works of Rilke, includes various phenomena of life: a sense of beauty of the surrounding nature, a sense of belonging to the cosmic universe, enjoying creativity. Rilkevskoe "you all, and throughout find you" close ideas
Ow. Solovyov, claiming that love - is merging with the world-soul, and the thought of bonding Berdyaev man (microcosm) with the macrocosm through love.
Echoing the Russian philosophers of 19-20 centuries, claiming love-pity (Berdyaev), love, compassion and mercy
(P. Florensky, I. Ilyin), Rilke argues that love should be "more humane."