Tematy i Konteksty 4(9) 2014
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- PozycjaStrony tytułowe(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2014)
- PozycjaSpis treści(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2014)
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- PozycjaDawne piśmiennictwo religijne - inspirujące i nadal odkrywane dziedzictwo(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2014) Trościński, GrzegorzThe present issue of our journal is devoted to Old Polish and Enlightenment religious literature as well as themes and conventions of religious literature. The articles show a rich tradition of such works. The broad scope of topics demonstrates diverse literary research. The articles are devoted to defining such terms as "religious literature" and "religious poet", as well as to translations and biblical inspirations, prayers and meditations, monastic authors and their works, hymnals, sermons and the rhetoric, the matter of faith and reason, and a Sarmatian religion. The present issue of "Tematy i Konteksty" ("Themes and Contexts") also includes the papers devoted to interpretation of 19th century literature, reviews, reports and announcements. The authors of studies are scholars from a range of academic institutions in Poland.
- PozycjaPius vates(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2014) Borowski, AndrzejThe question we are dealing with in the paper is as follows: to what extent might the notion of “religious literature” be functional if applied both to the early modern literature and to the contemporary literary culture? Does it mean “sacred literature”, simply opposed to the “secular” one, whatever it might mean? The author’s suggestion is to use the notion of “religious literature” more consistently, strictly according to the liturgical functions of the text (e.g. the prayers, hymns or homiletics) while the term “sacred literature” should be used regarding only the so-called “Sacred Books” i.e. the Revelation recognized in a given religious system. The sense of the term “pious literature” or “pious poet” however would be much broader, crossing the limitations of religious functions of the text and reflecting a quasi-prophetic intellectual and moral status of the writer.