Revelation of Symbolism

Shu-nü YANG


For better know about the human condition in the world, we will explore the cultural resources about the symbolism which is connected with our spirit and our life.
First of all, the mythic structures characterize the religious history in the symbolism. The mythic history describes the originality of human spirit. Further more, the modern enlarges the mythic images in all fields. Second, the knowledge about the culture from the different countries offers the unlimited vision in the symbolism. Micea Eliade said that images and symbols are the most intimate activities in the human spirit. They belong to the unconscious activity in the human life. So we get the resources from the different culture in order to know better the human spirit in the image and the symbol.
We will study across the centuries, the cultures and different fields, and we will know that the symbolism not only represents ancient life but also the modern life in the Orient and Occident. Key Words : Image, symbol, symbolism, myth, imagination
Résumé:Pour mieux connaître la condition humaine et la culture du monde, nous allons découvrir des sources culturelles sur le symbolisme qui lient à notre esprit et à notre vie sociale.
Dans cette recherche, nous marquons deux points importants qui se conjoignent. D’abord, les structures mythiques caractérisent l’histoire des religions dans le symbolisme. L’histoire mythique et religieuse représente l’originalité de l’esprit humain. Elle n’est jamais été effacée. D’autant plus l’homme moderne élargit des images mythiques dans tous les domaines.
Ensuite, la connassance sur la culture venues des pays diférentes ouvre une vision illimitée dans le symbolisme. D’après Micea Eliade, les images et les symboles sont les plus intimes dans la mondalité de l’être, ils font partie de l’activité inconsciente dans la vie humaine. Ainsi, nous prenons les resources dans la culture differente en vue de connaître mieux le psyché commun : l’image et le symbole.
Nous traverserons donc des siècles, des cultures et des domaines differents en constant que le symbolisme traduit dans la vie achaïque ainsi que la vie moderne en Orient et en Occident.
Mots clés: Image, symbole, symbolisme, mythologie, imagination

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