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Title: Ma in instragram già son mille e tre "likes". És possible pensar el nostre context actual des del Don Giovanni de W.A.Mozart?
Author: Escura Herencia, Oriol
Tutor: Mayos, Gonçal  
Keywords: aesthetics
social networks
Issue Date: Jan-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: From Mozart's and Da Ponte's opera, the myth of Don Giovanni is built by a treatment of the character that makes it stand out diachronically and synchronically. a treatment of the character that makes it stand out diachronically and synchronically respect to other versions of this myth and other examples of libertines. It is necessary to ask ourselves if its symbolic power allows us to understand, from its genuine meaning, some attitudes in the use of social networks offered by current technology. After having outlined the singular features of this myth recurrent to various authors, its interrelation with music and studying the suitability with respect to other cases, it is cases, an attempt is made to trace a genealogy of desire from Kierkegaard to Marcuse, passing through the dialectic of the Marcuse, passing through the Hegelian dialectic. The evolution of the conception and the of desire, of its structural function in society and its capacity for social transformation, always of social transformation, always applied and in dialogue with Don Giovanni, will allow us to Giovanni, will allow us to evaluate what has happened to desire and how its meaning has been subverted today. has been subverted today. If Don Giovanni and the concept of desire he could represent are no longer no longer apply now, it is necessary to reflect on whether it could still have a prescriptive role in the urgency of the have a prescriptive role in devising an alternative to our society.
Language: Catalan
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