La poesía como causalidad en la <i>Poética</i> de Aristóteles
Author(s)Alberto Díaz Tejera
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AbstractAristotle's Poetics is much more than a literary preceptive and much more than a treatise on Greek tragedy. The author believes that a great part of its message is lost if it is not seen from a broader perspective: that of art as a creative and infinite principle which exists in the mind of men. In this respect Aristotle was a major innovator: he considers poetry as the foundation and cause rather than a copy of reality, and therefore frees it from ethical considerations.