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La ţigănci & Pe strada Mîntuleasa The Gypsy / Mîntuleasa Street
I would slip into it as into a fragment of time devoid of duration—without beginning, middle, or end. Wikiquote has quotations related to: Daniela Elena rated it it was ok Aug 01, By its very nature, secularism mirvea on religion for its sense of identity: But, in any case, I am led to believe that he was closer to the Iron Guard than I would have liked to believe. Robert Ellwood describes Eliade’s approach to religion as follows. Tudor Boboc rated it it was amazing Dec 03, For example, Eliade thinks Hinduism has advice for modern Westerners.
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First Edition Provenance First publication: In Eliade’s view, two roads await man in this process. Tlganci inhe wrote for the journal Critiqueedited by French philosopher Georges Bataille. He propped his feet against the wall and leaned back with all his weight.
Furthermore, Eliade argues that Westerners can learn from non-Western cultures to see something besides absurdity in suffering and death. A piece authored in saw Eliade defining Julius Evola as a great thinker and offering praise to the controversial intellectuals Oswald SpenglerArthur de Gobineau eliiade, Houston Stewart Chamberlain and the Nazi ideologue Alfred Rosenberg.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He looked around at the empty street, closed shutters, lowered blinds, houses which appeared to be deserted. Eliade is known for his attempt elixde find broad, cross-cultural parallels and unities in religion, particularly in myths. But something unexpected then happened.
In his work on the history of religion, Eliade is most highly regarded for his writings on Alchemy ShamanismYoga and what he called the elkade return —the implicit belief, supposedly present in religious thought in general, that religious behavior is not only an imitation of, but also a participation in, sacred events, and thus restores the mythical time of origins.
His early condemnation of Nazi antisemitic policies was accompanied by his caution and moderation in regard to Nae Ionescu ‘s various anti-Jewish attacks. Eliade called this concept the ” eternal return ” distinguished from the philosophical concept of “eternal return”.
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According to the logic of the eternal returnthe site of each such symbolic Center will actually be the Center of the World:. In studying religion, Eliade rejects certain ” reductionist ” approaches. She drew him swiftly in and out of those screens and mirrors. It was the heat that bothered him the most.
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Every real existence reproduces the Odyssey. You could, however, feel the cool of the garden. At a sudden twirl the shalwars flew out of his hand and disappeared far into the dark. He found himself jumping over cases, going around mirrors and screens.
Because Eliade stayed out of politics during his later life, Ellwood tries to extract an implicit political philosophy from Eliade’s scholarly works.
Then he realized that he had entered a half-dark zone and was beginning to distinguish contours. Some looked like small boxes, but upon closer examination, proved to be gigantic pumpkins wrapped up in shawls. When the Son of God incarnated and became the Christ, he had to speak Aramaic ; he could only conduct himself as a Hebrew of his times [ That moment he felt suddenly happy, as if young again, on top of the world, as if Hildegard, too, were his own.
Youth without Youth and Other Novellas. He gradually felt that the curtain pulled him its own way, with growing force. All I wish for is a deep change, a complete transformation.
Eliade approaches religion by imagining an ideally “religious” person, whom he calls homo religiosus in his writings. Other screens were curiously and brightly colored or covered with shawls and embroideries. This time, however, his head did not turn. He studied the basics of Indian philosophyand, in parallel, learned Sanskrit, Pali and Bengali under Mirrcea direction.
Instead, he became interested in natural science and chemistryas well as the occult and wrote short pieces on entomological subjects. Eliade argues that traditional man attributes no value to the linear march of historical events: Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Kirk also believes that Eliade overextends his theories: