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A portion of it dealing with his stay in Romania is believed to have been lost. It was during his student years that Eliade met Nae Ionescuwho lectured in Logicbecoming one of his disciples and friends.
Catalin Sipos rated it it was amazing Apr 01, Matter, Substance, represents the absolute originthe beginning of all things. As a child, Eliade was fascinated with the natural world, which formed the setting of his very first mircex attempts,  as well as with Romanian folklore and the Christian faith as expressed by peasants.
Eliade describes this view of reality as a fundamental part of “primitive ontology ” the study of “existence” or “reality”.
Critical PerspectivesRoutledgeLondon,p. Eliade cites a wide variety of myths and rituals to support his theories.
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Eliade argues that yearning to remain in the mythical age causes a “terror of history”: There micrea no time to run back. Eventually she quickened her pace at such a rate that Gavrilescu found himself actually running. He would hardly decide on the nature of the objects because he was ever faced with new ones which he began to feel with his hands.
She was considering him with interest, as if waiting for him to wake up. His office involved disseminating propaganda in favor of the Romanian state.
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Thus, from Eliade’s perspective, the Christ story becomes the perfect myth for modern man. One can easily guess what a European historical and existentialist philosopher might reply [ It’s only a short story, but still it was a big challenge. Valerian and Ion Biberi.
Some Modern Eliase on the Historiography of Alchemy. The Westminster Press, Philadelphia, The friendship between Eliade and Sebastian drastically declined during the war: Also, traditional man’s dissatisfaction with the post-mythical age expresses itself as a feeling of being “torn and separate”.
He stood a long time against the wall, taking deep breaths. Traditional cultures see suffering and death as a rite of passage. Ellwood argues that the later Eliade’s nostalgia for ancient traditions did not make him a political reactionary, even a quiet one.
In addition to his political essays, the young Mircea Eliade authored others, philosophical in content. He looked around at the empty street, closed shutters, lowered blinds, houses which appeared to be deserted.
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Eliade kept a particularly fond memory of his childhood and, later in life, wrote about the impact various unusual episodes and encounters had on his mind. As if he were walking in elide garret of a tin-roofed house, one afternoon of torrid heat. Throughout the procession, Gavrilescu reveals his regret for having abandoned his German fiancee, Hildegard.
One day, when he was on his way home from a piano lesson with one of his favorite students, Olivia, he realizes he forgot his music sheets at the girl’s home, so he hurriedly descends from the bus and starts making elizde way back.
As one of the figures in the Criterion literary society —Eliade’s initial encounter with the traditional far right was polemical: The shaman can descend to the underworld or ascend to heaven, often mlrcea climbing the World Treethe cosmic pillar, the sacred ladder, or some other form of the axis mundi.
La ţigănci & Pe strada Mîntuleasa The Gypsy / Mîntuleasa Street
Andreea Ivascu rated it it was amazing Dec 23, Whether in Augustan Rome or modern Europe, democracy all too easily gave way to totalitarianismtechnology was as readily used for battle as for comfort, and immense wealth lay alongside abysmal poverty. Having for its setting the University of Chicagoit had among its characters Radu Grielescu, who was identified by several critics as Eliade.
At the far end of the corridor, unusually high up on the wall, a window tigacni to open, the light of the summer twilight filtering through.