ARCHETYPE AND LOGOS OF FURNACE AND FIREPLACE

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The article is literary in nature: the example of the furnace shows the difference between the logos and the archetype, as well as the principles of modifying the logos into an archetype. The aim of the work is to systematize a wide range of values of the archetypal symbol of the furnace, finding the sacred logos to which they ascend. The article is written on the material of ancient mythology and literature of the New Time: the archetypical images, related to the archetype of the furnace, such as the affected heel, fire, serpent, are analyzed - their relevance to world culture and literature, related to their repeatability and stability, is proved. So it is concluded that there is a close relationship between all the elements of the semiotic system: as a result of the disappearance of one of the furnaces, the archetype of the furnace, from everyday culture, the attitude and principles of human behavior changed, which radically affected the course of history.


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Svetlana V. Gerasimova

Moscow Polytechnic University

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Email: metanoik@gmail.com
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St. Bolshaya Semenovskaya, 38, Moscow, Russia, 107023

Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Russian Language and Literature History of the Higher School of Press and Media Industry of the Moscow Polytechnic University

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