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Die rechtlich-religiöse Ideenwelt in Lesja Ukraïnkas dramatischer Dichtung Rechtsanwalt Martian (1911): Zum 150. Geburtstag von Lesja Ukraïnka. (German)

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    • Alternate Title:
      The legal-religious world of ideas in Lesja Ukra'nka's dramatic poem Attorney Martian (1911): On the 150th birthday of Lesja Ukra'nka. (English)
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      This article explains the juridical-religious conception behind Lesia Ukrainka's dramatic poem Martian, the Lawyer (1911), which depicts the life of early Christians under Roman law in the third century. For the protagonist Martian, who is a lawyer and Christian, early Christianity and the Roman law fuse into one ideology, which implies the juridical elements codified in early Christianity, as well as a belief in law as the incarnation of the idea of truth and justice. Therefore, there are no conflicts between law and religion, but human feeling and compassion disappear within this ideology – with tragic consequences. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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