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Bi kontakizun kontrajarri: Uztaro eta Beribilez

Abstract : Abstract: this article compares two narratives of the thirty´s, each from a different frame of mind taking into account the predominant moral values, somehow a critical period because of the evolving Basque society. By car is about the difficulties for modern values to insert in traditional society; Harvest is about the impossibility of virtuous life to accommodate to the changing behaviours of people because of the bad results of the effort, with a high cost for the woman protagonist. By car is not well received in his time because of the new values that he promotes; on the other hand, Harvest shows that it is difficult for the tradition to join the new wave of modernity. Even nowadays, there is a social contest about the preference of active life and contemplative life. It seems that the huge fluxus of information and images hinders a moral appraisal of new information and images. Key words: laicism, contemplative life, active life, values
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Submitted on : Thursday, May 14, 2020 - 4:13:01 PM
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Aitor Ortiz de Pinedo. Bi kontakizun kontrajarri: Uztaro eta Beribilez. Lapurdum, Centre de recherche sur la langue et les textes basques IKER UMR 5478 CNRS, inPress. ⟨hal-02574068⟩

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