Eliade


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Eliade

(Romanian eˈljaːde)
n
(Biography) Mircea. 1907–86, Romanian scholar and writer, noted for his study of religious symbolism. His works include Patterns of Comparative Religion (1949)
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The first of these has to do with the modern sense of time and its relationship to the religious imagination, with special reference to the work of Eliade.
He lightly surveys the literature on Eliade and then investigates themes in his life and work involving the sacred, self-perception, literature, thanatologies, antithetic Judaism, Kabbalah, Mihail Sebastian, and the Iron Guard, among other topics, concluding with a chapter on Eliade as Romanian thinker.
What compels the reader is the underlying energy of Moshe Idel's writing, tailored to the subject of Mircea Eliade.
Con motivo de un aniversario luctuoso mas, Mircea Eliade, el celebre historiador de las religiones, sigue siendo objeto de estudio y polemica en el mundo academico por sus veleidades juveniles, cuando simpatizo con la Guardia de Hierro en su natal Rumania.
here that she stands with Mircea Eliade her counterpart.
En El novelista miope y la poeta hindu cuenta con delicado equilibrio tonal ese amor pasion que vivieron Mircea Eliade (el novelista miope) y Maytreyi Devi (la poeta hindu), relatandonos con ojo omnipresente la vida del filosofo y su encuentro con la poeta; su desventurado alejamiento de ella y su intenso rehilvanar el destino agraviante a traves de la literatura.
Asi, de entre las obsesiones personales de Eliade que pueblan su obra de
Adelio Tomasin, parece aproximar-se da ideia de uma hierofania natural ou entao da ideia de um carater evocatorio dado que, segundo Eliade, "no comportamento do homem religioso, a atmosfera do sagrado verifica-se em todos os planos de sua existencia no qual devera mover-se unicamente em um mundo santificado, quer dizer num espaco agrado" (ELIADE, 1996, p.
Pioneer Romanian mythographer and fiction writer Eliade (1907-86) served as a diplomat in Fascist Portugal during the war years 1941-45, and as usual throughout his life, kept a detailed journal.
El presente trabajo, pretende desglosar algunos aspectos religiocentricos [1] en la obra de Eliade.
These essays have as their collective point of departure the division Mircea Eliade posited in 1959 between "the sacred" and "the profane," a division that Eliade himself held to be "a primordial experience, homologizable to a founding of the world" (The Sacred and the Profane: The Nature of Religion [New York: Harcourt, 1989 (1959), 20-21]).
Three figures other than Frye emerge as influential representations of the "phenomenological shift": Eliade, Jung, and Campbell.