Issue 1-2/2001



THE THEME OF THIS ISSUE:

MEDITERRANEAN THOUGHT









CONTENTS

PAUL VALERY
Le Cimetiere Marin
age 3
SVETLOZAR IGOV
The Mediterranean Spirit and Bulgarian Culture
page 7
ALBERT CAMUS
Hellen's Exile. The Riddle. Return to Tipaza
page 15
IVO ANDRIC
Two Notes by Bosnian Penman Drajeslav
page 27
JUAN RAMON JIMENES
South
page 31
PAUL VALERY
From "The Freedom of Spirit"
page 32
FERNAND BRAUDEL
The Mediterranean: Space as History
page 33
SENGHOR
Mediterranean Poclry - a Synthesis of Giturcs
page 37
MARTIN HEIDEGER
Hegel and the Greeks
page 41
KARL POPPER
Back to the Presocratics
page 51
JEAN PIERRE VERNANT
The Principles of Philosophy
page 68
JOVAN HRISTIC
The Intransient Charm of the Presocratics
page 75

ANTHOLOGY

Homer. Plato. Horace, Ovid. Nicolas Poussin. Friedrich Holderlin. Ugo Foscolo. John Keats. William Butler Yeats. Stcphane Mallarme. Dmitri Merejkovski. Konstantinos Kavaphis. Ivan Bouninc. Reiner Maria Rilkc. Federico Garcia Lorca. Gheorghios Sepheris. Odysseas Elytis. Ossip Mandelstam. Ivo Andric. Salvatorc Quasimodo. Wystan Hugh Auden. Ivan Lalic. Iwes Bonnfois. Joseph Brodsky. Jovan Hristic. Zbignew Herbert. John Fawles page 80
JACQUES DERRIDA
The Other Cape
page 177
MICHEL SERRES
Method and Wandering
page 189
UDIA DENKOVA
Cozy Places in the Mediterranean Thought
page 196

BULGARIAN ANTHOLOGY

Neophit Bozvely. Ivan Vazov. Konstantin Velichkov. Elin Pelin. Pencho Slavejkov. Pcyo K. Yavorov. Dimiter Boyadjiev. Elissaveta Bagriana. Athanas Dalchev. Dimiter Shishmanov. Nickola Vapzarov. Peter Karaangov. Hristo Fotev. Nikola Indjov. Dragomir Petrov. Ivan Thcophylov. Krastyo Stanishcv. Nikolaj Kunchev. Zlatomir Zlatanov. Kyril Merdjanski page 201
ELENA MIHAILOVSKA
The Europe of Regions. The Mediterranean and Us
page 264
ALEXANDER FOL
Thrace and Ancient Greece
page 275
DIMITER ZASHEV
Euripides, Socrates and "The Death of Tragedy"
page 282
DIMKA GICHEVA
Triptvch on Ancient Greece
page 287
TSVETANKA ELENKOVA
The Rivers of Greece Change Their Fell Twice
page 294
NEVENA PANOVA
Tne Presence of the Sea in the Language of Homeric Epos
page 297
ATHANAS IGOV
Plato's Theatre
page 301
JOVAN HRISTIC
To Phaedrus
page 311

THE CONTEMPORARY HUMANITARIAN DEBATE

DIMITRJ GINEV - Critical and Literary Conversions of the Cultural Antropology page 312

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