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Eliade

(Romanian eˈljaːde)
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(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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First stop on my visit is to meet with Lia Sucu, an English teacher and former headteacher at Mircea Eliade High in Sighisoara.
To penetrate this universe, we called on a few of Mircea Eliade's ideas, as a thinker who can provide significant solutions to understand the archaic man, the modern man, the postmodern man and even the man of the digital era, beyond controversies that thought and personality may summon (Idel 2014; Rennie 1996; Ginzburg 2010; Ellwood 1996).
First published in English in 1954, this founding work of the history of religions secured the North American reputation of the Romanian emigre-scholar Mircea Eliade. Making reference to an astonishing number of cultures and drawing on scholarship published in no fewer than half a dozen European languages, The Myth of the Eternal Return illuminates the religious beliefs and rituals of a wide variety of archaic religious cultures.
Se manifesto luego en la Historia de las creencias y las ideas religiosas de Mircea Eliade. Y luego se me aparecio en Isis sin velo, el clasico teosofico de Helena Blavatsky.
Mircea Eliade estudio con igual pasion la alquimia babilonica y el Yoga.
Posteriormente estas mismas propuestas se proyectan sobre la cultura griega dando un nuevo sentido a la genesis de determinados mitos y ritos, como el mito de la Edad de Oro, o el rito de la muerte y resurreccion, al modo propuesto por Mircea Eliade. Asi se concluye la primera parte donde se reflexiona sobre los presupuestos antropologicos y vitales de un imaginario colectivo, que a su vez hunde sus raices en el pensamiento mitico y ritual, como miembros de una misma especie y cultura, al modo propuesto por Carl Jung.
The book employs the ideas of theorists include Carl Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Joseph Campbell to examine the use of images and archetypes from sci-fi and myth in the work of performers including Jefferson Starship, Electric Light Orchestra, The Alan Parsons Project, Blue Uyster Cult, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and David Bowie.
Bissett's work interacts with Mircea Eliade's definition of the modern city as a metropolitan phenomenon that can be 'cut and delimited in any direction' neither aspiring to or guided by expectations of 'qualitative differentiation' (1957: 22).
She defines it in the light of major thinkers who have influenced Pasolini: Mircea Eliade and Ernesto De Martino (Chapter One).
Mircea Eliade's Bengal Nights and Maitreyi Devi's It Does Not Die created a long controversy, but instead of "he said, she said" they could be captioned as "he saw, she saw" since the final mystery of apparent desertion and heartbreak is not cleared up till the end of Devi's novel, written forty years later in protest against Eliade's.
On the penultimate page of Mircea Eliade's Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy, the following passage appears: