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Miss Christina by Mircea Eliade [Textul literar: un construct semiotic radial. Domnişoara Christina de Mircea Eliade 1 ] Ph.D. Candidate Cristina SCARLAT 2 . Domnisoara Cristina - Mircea Eliade - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Miss Christina (Romanian: Domnișoara Christina) is a novella by the Romanian writer Mircea Eliade. Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.


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Domnișoara Christina este o nuvelă fantastică scrisă de Mircea Eliade și publicată pentru prima oară în anul de către Editura „Cultura Națională” din. Mircea Eliade's vision for a new humanism / David Cave. p. cm. Includes Domnisoara Christina (Mademoiselle Christiana) in which the spirit of a violent past. Free download Mircea eliade domnisoara christina pdf, Slevy 23 na top bestsellery!.

As David Cave, one of the defenders of Eliade, puts it, Eliade's new humanism has 'a spiritual, humanistic orientation toward totality capable of modifying the quality of human existence itself,'65 for his transhistorical humanism aims at 'escaping profane time, the time of decay and of dualism, and of entering into sacred time.

We now attempt to unveil some ideas in relation to Eliade's Romanian spiritual roots, i. A comparative study on Zalmoxis, an ancient god prevalent in the areas of historical Dacia about the present day Romania , is subject to Eliade's work Zalmoxis the Vanishing God: Comparative Studies in the Religions and Folklore of Dacia and Eastern Europe. The cult of the mandragora is described as prevalent in Romania70 as part of the practices of so-called Romanian "Shamanism".

The formative years of Eliade as the future scholar in the study of history of religions were marked by Romanian folklore inspiration. For the construct of his hermeneutics Eliade used the examples of certain remnant practices of archaic societies still found in Romania today, in a 'very old rural civilization, with its roots in the Neolithic but enriched by later cultural influences. Although Eliade admits that the Indian spirituality helped him 'to understand the structures of Romanian culture,'73 it did not add anything substantial to the basic ideas about the history of religions Eliade formed already while being in Romania.

Eliade writes: The common elements of Indian, Balkan, and Mediterranean folk culture proved to me that it is here that organic universalism exists, that it is the result of a common history the history of peasant cultures and not an abstract construct. This is precisely what Eliade wants to communicate: societies and individuals again and again re-enact a theme born or acquired at the time and place of their origin.

Eliade asserts for example that his 'efforts to understand the structures of archaic and Oriental thought contributed more genuinely to the decipherment of the values of Romanian folk spirituality' than other sociological interpretations. Another example we find relevant to our inquiry is in the scholarly research done by Gail Kligman in Romania, and made available to the public in her book The Wedding of the Dead: Ritual, Poetics, and Popular Culture in Transylvania.

Kligman discovered in Romania the strange idea of the wedding of the dead Romanian: Nunta mortului in which the funerals of an unmarried young person are mixed with marriage ceremonies. The deceased bride or groom, who are dressed in wedding attire,79 are married to a divine being as ideal marriage. As Eliade asserts, the findings from the study of comparative folklore and ethnology in Romania were of historico-religious values and much relevant to his hermeneutics. There is for instance a folk custom known as paparuda Pl.

It is a ritualistic dance performed by one or more virgin girls during a time of drought. Many people assembly at such a ceremony in which chanting is performed to propitiate the coming of rain to save the crop that is in danger of being destroyed. In other words by the connection between a virgin girl and water, those performing paparuda custom are offering the purity that comes with the involvement of a virgin girl in exchange for water as rain they are asking the Divine to send.

This is a relevant example of a surviving archaic custom denoting the practice of the sacred in the Romanian culture that we find to be in tune with Eliade's hermeneutics of the history of religions. On the other hand, Eliade's hermeneutics of history of religions has generated both founded and unfounded criticism. Cunningham gives credit of inspiration to Carl Jung and Rudolf Otto for Eliade's hermeneutics85 although not taking into account Eliade's spiritual roots and background vid.

But Eliade did not intend to construct an entirely new vision on the history of religions, but to build upon other similar ideas, thus enlarging the picture.

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Eliade admits that 'Otto's analyses have not lost their value,'86 but he Eliade adopts a different perspective,87 when he writes: We propose to present the phenomenon of the sacred in all its complexity, and not only in so far as it is irrational. What will concern us is not the relation between the rational and the nonrational elements of religion but the sacred in its entirety.

In relation to Eliade's views to express human realities and spiritual values in a cultural language and his originality of ideas, Eric J. Sharpe writes: Perhaps it would not be too far-fetched to suggest that Jung gave Eliade at least part of the grammar of that language; the comparative study of religion provides the vocabulary; the syntax, however, is Eliade's own.

As we shall see, McCutcheon's virulent criticism for rejecting Eliade's hermeneutics is mistaken. In his Chap. It is utterly nonsense to describe 'Eliade's life and works as political,'98 and his scholarship having a 'politics embedded within it. In McCutcheon views, Cave's sympathetic exegesis of Eliade is 'routine talk', Rennie is an apologist of Eliade's concoction of subjectivity, while Olson' ideas for defending Eliade pertain to obscurantism.

For, the discovery of history of religions is a work, which is incrementally built upon by various scholars in a greater and more encompassing vision. There are no such things as retooling 'the field from top to bottom' vid. As Eliade created a hermeneutics by taking into account his predecessors in the field like van der Leeuw, Otto, Jung, Wach, and so on , so also we expect another scholar to create an even larger scholarship view.

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Thus, McCutcheon's call for 'redescribing how we define, classify, compose, and explain behaviours and institutions in the public university,' is simply lacking insight into how things work in social sciences. From the history of religious ideas we know that ideas and concepts are simply reshaped, thus nothing is made new from 'top to bottom' vid sup. On the other hand, McCutcheon fails to make an objective scholarly critique of Eliade, for no solid scholarship is built upon allegations and defamatory positions of others see Adriana Berger.

Then, McCutcheon's style of describing Eliade's case makes no sense by considering such comparison as to substitute "the historical Eliade" for "the historical Jesus" in an attempt to discredit Eliade in the social formation of history of religions. The entire debate upon Eliade as scholar has indeed generated a crisis in the study of religions.

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As Rennie remarks all scholars of religion have a stake in the Eliade affair especially in relation to resolving the identity crisis in the study of religion.

Ivan Strenski for example, believes that the catastrophic political upheavals in Europe have a dramatic impact on Eliade's theory of religion, thus in less catastrophic times like today a theorist like Eliade would not be successful.

McCutcheon attributes Eliade's success to a new kind of religious studies at U. The other critic of Eliade, Steven M. Wasserstrom, in his work Religion after Religion: Gershom Scholem, Mircea Eliade and Henry Corbin at Erasmos, explains why Eliade and the others, who are mentioned in his work title, had a tremendous impact beyond their academic reputation: it is because 'the three scholars expected a knowledge from religious history that humankind in the modern age urgently needed.

It is natural that the Eliadean era in the study of religions be closed eventually, but this call is still premature, for no such era is closed without opening another era.

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Regrettably some scholars listen to such calls as McCutcheon's, who simply lacks vision calling for demolition without real plans, means and workers to build a better construction. It is hardly unlikely that will ever happen.

For Eliade is already part of the history of religions and one of those responsible for its social formation in the fifties and sixties decades of the twentieth century. On the other hand, other critiques like that of Seth D.

Kunin is genuine and constructive, thus giving a more realistic view upon Eliade's phenomenology of religion. Kunin argues that Eliade's focus 'on the structures of religion rather that specific elements, is much narrower than that of many other phenomenologists. As Eliade's scholarly construct is just one view upon the history or religions, particularly one of phenomenological orientation, we are waiting to see the emergence of other views even more encompassing, and from various other angles like the sociological, psychological, feminist, anthropological or functionalist, taken either standalone or as syntheses.

In our view Eliade lost ground in religion academia not only because of false allegations in relation to his past, but also because the trend of desacralization of the world still continues in now the post-modernist era, and academia is no exception to it. The conflict Eliade had with modernity is valid for post-modernity as well, for the post-modern man like the modern man finds increasingly difficult to relate to the sacred experience.

Lets also make clear that our defence of Eliade's ideas is not because we came from the same cultural climate thus being of similar vein, but because we find value in Eliade's concept of living the sacred experience.

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The contribution by Romanians to the defence of Eliade is minimal; those relevant scholars who find value in Eliade's hermeneutics are all westerners vid. Cave, Rennie, Olson. Thus expounding on various critiques of Eliade's phenomenology of religion, we are now ready to draw a final conclusion. Mircea Eliade, Romanul adolescentului miop.

Eliade's "techniques of ecstasy" and linguistic prowess; the two go hand in hand.

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Flag for Flag for inappropriate content. Mircea Eliade's Mircea Eliade - Memorii [ibuc.As Eliade puts it, this phenomenon of a desacralized world is quite new, for 'the completely profane world, the wholly desacralized cosmos, is a recent discovery in the history of the human spirit.

This book is probably my favourite one from the books written by Eliade. The Cosmic Tree is held to be at the centre of the world, and it unites the three cosmic regions, for it sends roots down into the underworld, and its top touches the sky.

One dated 8 August , the other undated, but probably both sent at the same time. Domnisoara Christina.

In this way he lives exclusively in immanence and illusion, being a prisoner of History. Have almost finished the chapter on celestial hierophanies and divinities of the sky, 54 and I can congratulate myself for having written a little monograph clear, tightly connected, and containing many original interpretations concerning this vast and complex subject.