Apocalyptic as a New Mental Paradigm of the Middle Ages

@inproceedings{Hubbes2016ApocalypticAA,
  title={Apocalyptic as a New Mental Paradigm of the Middle Ages},
  author={L{\'a}szl{\'o} Attila Hubbes},
  year={2016}
}
I wish to premise that I am no medievalist. My principal research field is apocalyptic studies. Some twenty years ago I started investigating apocalyptic art to demonstrate the terminological necessity of apocalyptic as a “new” distinct category for classical aesthetics. After having written two theses while at the university, one focusing on the historical aspects and one on symbolism, for my doctoral studies I turned to the art-historical and generic analyses proper, revealing at the same… 
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