Parente, L. 2019. “La visione filosofica di María Zambrano ‘dentro e fuori’ l’immagine pittorica”. Open Journal of Humanities 1: 451-474.

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Description: This paper proposes some thoughts on pictorial image, which includes poetic imagination. Art and philosophy, pictorial image and poetic reason are always and inextricably linked to the ethical sphere, since human beings tend to the aesthetic achievement of what they do in their life as an essential component of their being persons, hence of their ethical dimension. That is why the unity of the whole aesthetic vision revolves around a concrete center of values which can be thought, seen, loved. The aim of the paper is to go beyond a mere aesthetic vision and to attain the ethical core of the existence of human creatures. The starting point is provided by María Zambrano’s persuasive and fascinating words in A Visit to the Prado Museum, where she becomes the narrative voice of her dialogue with her young friend Ulises.

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This paper proposes some thoughts on pictorial image, which includes poetic imagination. Art and philosophy, pictorial image and poetic reason are always and inextricably linked to the ethical sphere, since human beings tend to the aesthetic achievement of what they do in their life as an essential component of their being persons, hence of their ethical dimension. That is why the unity of the who...

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