Model kanonizacije evropskih kulturnih svetnikov

Marijan Dović

Povzetek

Razprava predstavi nov model za preučevanje kanonizacije evropskih »kulturnih svetnikov«. Model vključuje študij kanoničnih »potencialov« kandidata (vitae), kanonizacijo v ožjem smislu – tako njene konstitutivne oz. afirmativne vidike (inventio) kot tiste, ki zagotavljajo nenehno reprodukcijo kanoničnosti (cultus) – ter širše družbene implikacije omenjenih procesov (virtutes).

Ključne besede

evropska književnost; nacionalne književnosti; kanonizacija; literarni kanon; kulturni spomin; »kulturni svetniki«; nacionalna identiteta; nacionalni pesniki

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