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Bakhova, N.A., Zhukovsky, V. I. The Renaissance Culture as a Space of Representative Relationship between Human and God

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2011-9 , pages 152-163.

Resume: The article studiesthe phenomenon of Renaissance from the point of view of the representative relationship between human and God. Generalization of accumulated experience in researching the Western Europe Renaissance discovered the unique integration of religious and social basis of that period in culture. Analytical review of the spectrum of modern interpretations and original conceptions of philosophers-humanists allowed to describe the features of perfect human and perfect God during the Renaissance culture. Dialectical relationship between human and God are concretized in the Son of God concept discussed in a number of N. Kuzanskys works. In works by philosophershumanists God is revealed and understood only through the ideal (representative) relationship with the human. According to the synthetic conception ideal representation is typical for all relations where the sides try to go beyond their own limits and to display itself through the other. The study of Renaissance in Western Europe from the point of view of the ideal relationship helps to define the conceptual grounds for the mechanism of revival in culture of Renaissance as well as cultural ideals showing search and reestablishment of relations between human and God.

Keywords: cultural studies, Renaissance, human, God, religion, culture, ideal, representant, art, philosophy.

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