Tratat de istorie a religiilor has ratings and 17 reviews. „Un fenomen religios nu se va dezvălui ca atare decât considerat în propria sa modalitate. Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Mircea Eliade was a Romanian historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, and professor at “Introducere”, in Eliade, Tratat de istorie a religiilor: Introducere (“Religious History Treatise” – Patterns in Comparative Religion), Humanitas.
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He insists that, although religion involves “the social man, the economic man, and so forth”, nonetheless “all these conditioning factors together do not, of themselves, add up to the life of the spirit”.
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Trivia About Patterns in Compa He thinks modern scientists are motivated by the religious desire to return to the sacred istori of origins:. In Eliade’s view, two roads await man in this process.
Kirk also believes that Eliade overextends his theories: Allan himself stands alongside Eliade’s male characters, whose focus is on action, sensation and experience—his chaste contacts with Maitreyi are encouraged by Sen, who hopes for a marriage which is nonetheless abhorred by his would-be European son-in-law.
Eight days previously, he suffered a stroke while reading Emil Cioran ‘s Exercises of Admirationand had subsequently lost his speech function. Uranus” “The Recuperation of Ionathan X.
Alchemy is a spiritual technique and can be understood not as an important moment in the history of science but rather as a kind of religious phenomenon with its own particular rules. Iran, Islamic Republic of.
Various critics have traced links between Eliade’s fiction works elisde his political views, or Romanian politics in general. Anca rated it did not like it May 26, Lists with This Book. According to Eliade, “modern nonreligious man assumes a new existential situation”. His interest in the two writers led him to learn Italian and English in private, and he also began studying Persian and Hebrew.
Furthermore, some see a connection between Eliade’s essentialism with regard to religion and fascist essentialism with regard to races and nations. Like Mihail Sebastian, who was himself becoming influenced by Ionescu, he maintained contacts with intellectuals from all sides of the political spectrum: Early in his life, Eliade was a journalist and essayist, a disciple of Romanian far-right philosopher and journalist Nae Ionescuand a member of the literary society Criterion.
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The novel Marriage in Heaven depicts the correspondence between two male friends, an artist and a common man, who complain to each other about their failures in love: He religiilorr slowly rehabilitated at home beginning in the early s, under the rule of Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej.
In contrast, nonreligious man lacks sacred models for how history or human behavior should be, so he must decide on his own how history should proceed—he “regards himself solely as the subject and agent of history, and refuses all appeal to transcendence”. He described this stage in his life as marked by an unrepeatable epiphany. Eliade attributes the istori “cyclic” vision of time in ancient thought to belief in istofia eternal return. Eliade’s scholarly work includes a study of feligiilor, Shamanism: The shaman dies not once but many times: Only a pro-German government can save us Eliade indicates that, if repetitions of mythical events provided sacred value and meaning for history in the eyes of ancient man, modern man has denied the Sacred and must therefore invent value and purpose on his own.
Mircea Eliade sees the Abrahamic religions as a turning point between the ancient, cyclic view of time and the modern, linear view of time, noting that, in their case, sacred events are not limited to a far-off primordial age, but continue throughout history: 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 [ Wikiquote has quotations related to: The main character, Allan, is an Englishman who visits the Indian engineer Narendra Sen and courts his daughter, herself known as Maitreyi.
Books by Mircea Eliade. According to Eliade, modern man displays “traces” of “mythological behavior” because he intensely needs sacred time and the eternal teligiilor.
For example, Kirk argues that the eternal return does not accurately describe the functions of Native American or Greek mythology. Because Romantics stress that emotion and imagination have the same dignity as reason, Ellwood argues, reoigiilor tend to think political truth “is known less by rational considerations than by its capacity to fire the passions” and, therefore, that political truth is “very apt to be found [ Preview — Tratat de istorie a religiilor by Mircea Eliade.
His literary works belong to the fantastic and autobiographical genres. According to Eliade, one of the most common shamanistic themes is the shaman’s supposed death and resurrection.
Eliade provided two distinct explanations for not having met with Sebastian: He explained the use of his signature, his picture, and the picture’s caption, as having been applied by the magazine’s editor, Mihail Polihroniadeto a piece the latter had written after having failed to obtain Eliade’s religiioor he also claimed that, given his respect for Polihroniade, he had not wished to publicize this matter previously.
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The Sacred contains all value, and the world gains purpose and meaning only through hierophanies:.