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:: Volume 12, Issue 49 (1-2024) ::
کیمیای هنر 2024, 12(49): 79-95 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of the relationship between Mastership and Servitude to Express the Divine order in the Art of Sculpture based on Hegel's Thought
Mahboobeh Akbari Naseri , Behrooz Elyasi *
at Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran
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In the phenomenology of spirit, under the topic of religion, Hegel makes a brief reference to the art of sculpture in relation to the expression of the divine, but he deals with it in detail in his Lectures on Fine Art. The absolute, which is synonymous with the divine, in both texts, has been able to express self-conscious through sculpture as an art. In this article, an attempt has been made to draw a clear picture of the relationship between Mastership and Servitude to express the divine order in the art of sculpture, based on Hegel's thought. Hegel did not mention art in the chapter of Mastership and Servitude. However, it is possible to create a hermeneutic circle between Mastership and Servitude and the religion chapter in phenomenology of spirit and the Lectures on Fine Art. In this way, a new understanding of the art of sculpture can be achieved, based on the relationship between mastership and Servitude. In order to achieve this goal, this article has been done with the descriptive-analytical approach and the method of collecting information through library sources. The results of this research show that the art of sculpture in every stage of religion and art carries a part of the consciousness of the spirit and the divine order to itself. this consciousness is the inseparable consciousness of God and man, which in Hegelian terms is the same relation between Mastership and Servitude. The self-conscious of the Spirit as the content of the sculpture has precisely influenced its form. The highest level of this artistic self-conscious is in the Greek religion of beauty and its corresponding classical sculpture, in which confrontation, the sublation of Mastership and Servitude leads to the expression of the divine in the form of sculpture art.
Keywords: Mastership and Servitude, self-consciousness, divine order, God, religion, art of sculpture.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/02/16 | Accepted: 2023/08/23
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