Pichugina V. K.
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Victoria K. Pichugina , Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Russian Academy of Education, Associate Professor, Leading Researcher at the Center for the History of Pedagogy and Education, Institute for Educational Development Strategy of the Russian Academy of Education, Russia. Moscow, Makarenko Str., 5/16.
E-mail: Pichugina_V [at] mail.ru
Abstract. The tragedy of Euripides «Phoenissae» is considered as a text potentially open to commentary from pedagogical anthropology. The plot line of the tragedy is built around manifestations of sisterly love against the background of brotherly hatred, which are the result of the home pedagogy of King Oedipus and, in part, his brother-in-law Creon. The main heroes of the tragedy are the adult children of Oedipus (Polynik, Eteokl, Antigone and Ismen, which is invisibly present in the tragedy) and Creon (Minekei and Gemon, of which there is also only mention). Heroes are united by the fact that they are disturbed by anthropological navigation: their search and finding their place in being is often reinforced not by knowledge, but by a claim to omniscience.
Keywords: ancient pedagogical culture, anthropological chronotope in ancient Greek tragedies, pedagogical anthropology in Euripides’ "Phoenissae".
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