• Kiútkeresés az érdek nélküli tetszés zsákutcájából Kalandozások a művészetterápia forrásvidékein – Dosztojevszkij, Mozart és az interperszonalitás / In Search for a Loophole from the Deadlock of Disinterested Pleasure.Wandering about in the Region of Sources of Art Therapy – Dostoevsky, Mozart and Interpersonality

    Author(s):
    Miklos Mezosi (see profile)
    Date:
    2011
    Group(s):
    Literary theory, Scholarly Communication
    Subject(s):
    Literature and psychology, Mikhail Bakhtin, Dostoevsky
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Carl Gustav Jung, W. A. Mozart, Bibliotherapy
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/wpdk-b706
    Abstract:
    In Search for a Loophole from the Deadlock of Disinterested Pleasure.Wandering about in the Region of Sources of Art Therapy – Dostoevsky, Mozart and Interpersonality Treating art- and bibliotherapy as one discipline, this paper aims to discuss interpersonality in Dostoevsky and Mozart as one of the main sources of art therapy. „Who is right?” “Who has the truth?” The author analyzes passages from Dostoevsky's Devils to demonstrate interpersonal dialog as interpreted by Mikhail Bakhtin in Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics. A scene from Act I of Mozart's Don Giovanni is presented to illuminate the “classic” relation between “psychiatrist” (Don Giovanni) and his “patient” (Donna Elvira). It is the psychiatrist—“the sane one”—who “as a rule” is right, not the patient (i.e. “the insane one”). Ronald David Laing, founding father of the British anti-psychiatrist movement is ready to refute Don Giovanni: “Who is madder? The staff or the patients?” Laing's answer is that the patient can “also” be right, but only if he or she is treated as a “normal” person, i.e. as a partner in the dialog. Truth—aletheia—is revealed to poets, in and by the poetic work, as related by Socrates in Plato's Symposium. It is beauty that keeps together the ontological framework of being in the most coherent—and palpable—way for man, and beauty has a powerful soteric effect.
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