Aram G. Aleqsanyan
Hakob Baronyan’s moral philosophy and the historicity of his satirical heritage are studied in this article. The perceptions of man’s time structure are underlined as much as possible in the context of which the future leads consciousness, and presents the action. Historically, in philosophy these core modifications expand the individual’s role in the process of creating history. In this context, moral philosophy and satire are born.
A comparative analysis is made with Plutarchus’ moral orientations about the family and marriage and their resonance in Baronyan’s dramas. Baronyan’s art is very natural. In his work, Baronyan presents the moral ideal of the individual and the public and the ways and means to achieve that ideal.