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《Journal of Hebei University of Technology(Social Sciences Edition)》 2017-03
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Dialogues Between Man and God in the Literature:The Traditions of Hebrew and Greek in the Western Literature

WANG Gang;School of Foreign Languages,Nantong University;  
Ancient Greek-Roman literature and Hebrew-Christian literature,the two most important sources of the western literature,are heterogeneous in cultural traditions,but it does not mean that they are opposite and contradictory to each other all the time.The secular humanism in the ancient Greek-Roman literature embodies their personal pursuit of the original desire and values,while the religious humanism in the Hebrew-Christian literature reflects God's philanthropy and redemption for human,both of which are based on human needs.According to the differences between the traditions of Hebrew and Greek,this paper analyzes the opposition and conflicts between them from the perspective of diachronic history of literature as well as their integration in the end.
【Fund】: 江苏高校哲学社会科学研究项目(项目编号:2016SJB750030)的阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: I106
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