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Master Thesis

Kalila et Dimna : La valeur de l’art figuratif dans la dynastie Djalayride (1392). Quand l’animal éduque l’Homme

Abstract : Is the animal our teacher? The beauty of the miniature is at its service. The man is the student, the spectator. The power of man is nothing without morality. Morality is the power of the animal. The will of man is to be superior to all and over all. Man wishes to overcome his weaknesses and elevate his thinking. The animal world is the mirror of human society. Revealing human violence and its lack of intelligence contributes to the teaching of the miniature. The confrontation of animal and human is the final phase of teaching. The secret of the accomplished man lies between these pages.
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Alicia Mangata. Kalila et Dimna : La valeur de l’art figuratif dans la dynastie Djalayride (1392). Quand l’animal éduque l’Homme. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2020. ⟨dumas-03343725⟩

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