THE SPECIFIC FEATURES OF TATAR AND KOREAN HILOSOPHIC POETRY (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE WORKS BY DARDEMEND AND KIM SO WOL)

Abstract: 

Natural philosophy is the set of philosophical attempts of interpretation and explanation of nature. Poetic natural philosophy appeared in Tatar poetry by the beginning of the 20th century, and in Korean poetry – in the 1920s and 1930s. Both in Tatar and Korean natural philosophic poetry, the idea of the majesty and diversity of the world serve as a leitmotif, which is always incomprehensible. The common feature for the two literatures is the acception of the beauty of nature and environment. Many Tatar and Korean poets devoted their natural philosophic poems to the cognition motive. Frailty and the finiteness of life in these literatures are understood differently. 

Key words: 

Natural philosophy, Tatar poetry, Korean poetry, image symbols.

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