Year 2019, Volume 14, Issue 27, Pages 281 - 306 2019-05-23

ROUSSEAU’NUN ROMANTİK ETKİLERİ: MARY SHELLEY’İN MODERN PROMETHEUS’U ÜZERİNE

Fatma&Koray TÜTÜNCÜ [1]

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This paper aims to trace the effects of political philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau in the novel Frankenstein or Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley. While affirming modernity, Rousseau needs to underline the natural goodness and compassion of human beings on the ground that as civilization and human knowledge develops and human existence  progresses, human beings are indulged into pride and estranged from humanity. By analyzing Shelley’s novel which is critical towards Prometheanism of romantics, this paper discusses the destructive results of human reason, freedom and creativity when humane, domestic and intimate responsibilities are neglected. 


Rousseau, Mary Shelley, Frankenstein
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APA TÜTÜNCÜ, F . (2019). ROUSSEAU’NUN ROMANTİK ETKİLERİ: MARY SHELLEY’İN MODERN PROMETHEUS’U ÜZERİNE. FLSF (Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi), 14 (27), 281-306. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/flsf/issue/45340/534939
MLA TÜTÜNCÜ, F . "ROUSSEAU’NUN ROMANTİK ETKİLERİ: MARY SHELLEY’İN MODERN PROMETHEUS’U ÜZERİNE". FLSF (Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi) 14 (2019): 281-306 <http://dergipark.org.tr/flsf/issue/45340/534939>
Chicago TÜTÜNCÜ, F . "ROUSSEAU’NUN ROMANTİK ETKİLERİ: MARY SHELLEY’İN MODERN PROMETHEUS’U ÜZERİNE". FLSF (Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi) 14 (2019): 281-306
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ISNAD TÜTÜNCÜ, Fatma&Koray . "ROUSSEAU’NUN ROMANTİK ETKİLERİ: MARY SHELLEY’İN MODERN PROMETHEUS’U ÜZERİNE". FLSF (Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi) 14 / 27 (May 2019): 281-306.