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DOI: 10.46698/VNC.2022.82.43.008


Mamieva, Izeta V.
Izvestia SOIGSI. 2022. IIS 43 (82).
The object of study is the cosmo-philosophical discourse in the lyrics of Alexander
Tsarukaev. An analysis of the essential features that organize the concept of interaction
between Man and the Universe in his work is given. The relevance of the research topic is
due to the awareness of the critical boundary of the survival of mankind, the need to find
ways to harmonize the world, which has become aggravated in our century. The scientific
novelty lies in the fact that the studied texts of the Ossetian author were first introduced
into scientific circulation and considered as an integral system of aesthetic and philosophical
views, which is based on the anthropic principle. The work uses a phenomenological approach
with a dominance of reliance on the hermeneutic-interpretive method, which contributes to
focusing on the individual-personal aspect in the formation of the cosmogonic picture of the
world, on the artist-thinker’s interpretation of the integral nature of man as a biosocial and
cosmoplanetary being. The purpose of this article is to reveal the originality of the ontological
poetics of A. Tsarukaev, to reveal the origins of the philosophical component of his lyrics.
The peculiarity of the image of contradictory unity in the structure of “the universe - man” is
noted. The subject of the statement positions himself as a particle of the universe, but he is not
alien to the polarity of perception of such concepts as man and cosmic existence, the power of
the human mind and the limits of knowledge of the secrets of the universe, etc. The semantics
of antonymic paradigms (earth - sky, eternal - transient, energy of the spirit - corruption
of the flesh), passed through the prism of philosophical, aesthetic and moral and ethical
principles, allows us to see in the author’s transcendental reflection the relevance of the idea
of incompleteness and resources for improving the world and man. It is concluded that in the
analogies of micro- and macrocosm conducted by Alexander Tsarukaev, the anthropological
model of the world order (the myth of the first man) was artistically realized. But they also
reflected the ideas of ancient thinkers about comprehending the laws of the universe through
“self-knowledge”, which were further developed in the conceptual ideas of “Russian cosmism”
about man as part of a single evolving cosmos and at the same time - the most important
factor in this evolution.
Keywords: Ossetian poetry, Alexander Tsarukaev, literary and philosophical discourse, person, nature, universe
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