歌德浮士德與習慣領域的拓展

Translated title of the contribution: Goethe's Faust and the Expanding of Habitual Domains

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Abstract

”Faust”, adapted from the German folklores in 16th century, is a masterpiece of thinking and humanity exploration through Goethe's life. The work involves in a wide range of notions, combining history, literature, music, drama, theology, philosophy, politics, economics, as well as science into a comprehensive literature classic. ”Faust” is a spiritual autobiography, reflecting Goethe's experience of spiritual development and pursuit. Besides, in the world literature history, ”Faust” shares the same reputation as ”Homer Epic” by Homer in ancient Greek, ”Divine Comedy” by Dante in Middle Ages, and ”Hamlet” by Shakespeare during Renaissance; this four great works together renowned as four major literatures of Europe. Moreover, ”Faust” is distinguished as ”Modern Man's Bible”, becoming one of the western characters prototypes.Classic usually convey means and structures of great mind thinking. Reading classic enables one to learn the exemplar of great moral integrity as well as thinking patterns, which further enlighten ways of thinking and pass on great life experience. This paper will recount the courses that Faust experienced through pursuing knowledge, love, politics and power, aesthetic arts, and achievements, explaining how ”Faust” represents the western relentless spirit that is-- insatiable to reality; enterprising persistently; ambitious to practice and explore; and continuously in the pursuit of ideals. Therefore, habitual domains, a set of systematic mind-innovative-software, concerning the connection among brain, mind, behavior, and decision-making, seek after the new-emerging force to change human behavior. This paper will analyze Faust's life fundamentals based on habitual domains theory; further illustrate how Faust forwards into the ideal habitual domains step by step.
Translated title of the contributionGoethe's Faust and the Expanding of Habitual Domains
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)59 - 71
Number of pages13
Journal習慣領域期刊
Volume3
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1 Nov 2011

Keywords

  • Goethe
  • Faust
  • poetic drama
  • habitual domains
  • expanding habitual domains

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